Stewed Pork Ball in Brown Sauce

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Stewed Pork Ball in Brown Sauce, also called Stewed Meatball with Brown Sauce or Large Meatball, is a classic dish in Jiangsu cuisine. With a fat to lean ratio of 6:4, the meatball is seasoned with green onion, ginger, egg and other ingredients, and can be either steamed or stewed in brown sauce. The dish is agreeably fatty and tastes delicate and delicious.

Suitable For

  1. Suitable for those with poor appetite, deficiency of Yin, dizziness, anemia and malnutrition;
  2. Best suited to children and those suffering from fever, cough with copious phlegm, dry and sore throat, dyspepsia, and cancer;
  3. Since spring roll is fried food, the amount of oil and calories contained in it is high, so it is not advisable to eat more. It is not suitable for eating when you are losing weight.
  4. Especially suitable for those with oral ulcer, gingival bleeding, loose teeth and abdominalgia with blood stasis;

Not Suitable For

  1. People with excessive dampness, phlegmatic hygrosis, thick and greasy fru of tongue should not eat pork.
  2. It is not suitable for children with weak digestion, cold spleen and stomach, and blood stasis.
  3. Those suffering from smallpox, eye disease, scabies, bromhidrosis and other chronic diseases, expectant mothers in the first trimester and kids in the late stage of measles should eat less.

Nutrient Content

project Data / 100g NRVs ( %) project Data / 100g NRVs ( %)
Heat 193.9kcal 9.7 Dietary fiber 0.5g 2
protein 5.9g 9.8 calcium 10.1mg 1.3
Carbohydrate 2.9g 1 iron 0.8mg 5.3
fat 17.9g 29.8 sodium 98.4mg 4.9
Saturated fat 4.4g 22 Potassium 101.3mg 5.1
cholesterol 23mg 7.7      

Raw material ratio: pork (stewed pork) 100g, lettuce 100g, egg white (one egg egg white) 25g, diced green onion 5g, soy sauce 3ml, white sugar 1g, cooking wine 3ml, dry starch 3g, soybean oil 30 ml, a little salt

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