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Soy Beverage Crab Sticks Steamed Egg (Classic Home-style Cantonese Cuisine)

Soy Beverage Crab Sticks Steamed Egg (Classic Home-style Cantonese Cuisine)

Soya milk (simplified Chinese: 豆浆; traditional Chinese: 豆漿) also known as soy milk or soymilk, is a plant-based drink produced by soaking and grinding soybeans, boiling the mixture, and filtering out remaining particulates. It is a stable emulsion of oil, water, and protein. Its original form is an intermediate product of the manufacture of tofu. Originating in China, it became a common beverage in Europe and North America in the latter half of the 20th century, especially as production techniques were developed to give it a taste and consistency more closely resembling that of dairy milk. Soya milk may be used as a substitute for dairy milk by individuals who are vegan or are lactose intolerant.
Soya milk is also used in making imitation dairy products such as soy yogurt, soy cream, soy kefir and soy-based cheese analogues. It is also used as an ingredient for making milkshakes, pancakes, smoothies, bread, mayonnaise, and baked goods.

== Names ==
In China, the usual term 豆浆 dòujiāng (lit. “bean broth”) is used for the traditional watery and beany beverage produced as an intermediate product in the production of tofu, whereas store-bought products designed to imitate the flavor and consistency of dairy milk, may contain a mixture of dairy and soy, are more often known as 豆奶 dòunǎi (“bean milk”).In other countries, there are sometimes legal impediments to the equivalents of the name “soy milk”. In such jurisdictions, the manufacturers of plant milks typically label their products the equivalent of “soy beverage” or “soy drink.”

=== Naming in the EU ===
In the European Union, “milk” by law refers exclusively to “the normal mammary secretion obtained from one or more milkings without either addition thereto or extraction therefrom”.
The steamed egg is too bland and tasteless to eat, so why not add something. Soy milk can enhance resistance, regulate the endocrine system of middle-aged and elderly women, reduce and improve menopausal symptoms, delay aging, reduce the occurrence of pimples and acne on the face of young women, and make the skin white and moisturized. In short, it can make people “rejuvenate children”.

How to make Soy Beverage Crab Sticks Steamed Egg

Soy milk 300ml 2 eggs
2 crab sticks 1 shallot
2 grams of oil 3 grams of salt
Chicken Essence 2g

 

How to make Soy Beverage Crab Sticks Steamed Egg

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step 1

Prepare the ingredients. A cup of soy milk, eggs, crab sticks, spring onions.

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Step 2

Cut the crab sticks into small pieces and set aside.

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Step 3

Take a bowl and beat eggs into the bowl.

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Step 4

Put salt and chicken essence in the egg.

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Step 5

Use a whisk to break up the eggs and mix well.

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Step 6

Pour soy milk into the egg liquid, gradually break up, and stir evenly.

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Step 7

Put the soy milk and egg liquid in a steaming bowl, boil water in the pot, and steam the egg liquid on low heat when the water is boiled.

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Step 8

Steam the egg mixture over low heat for 7 minutes.

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Step 9

Open the lid and put a layer of crab sticks on the water egg.

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Step 10

Place the crab sticks and steam them on low heat for 3-5 minutes.

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Step 11

The water egg is steamed, fresh and tender.

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Step 12

Sprinkle spring onions in the water egg.

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Step 13

Put a little oil in the pot and heat it up.

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Step 14

Pour hot oil on the water egg and it’s done.

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Step 15

A bowl of Q-flavored soy milk with crab sticks and steamed eggs is ready!

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Step 16

Full of nutrition and delicious!

 

Tips for Soy Beverage Crab Sticks Steamed Egg

1. Let the soy milk cool before pour it into the egg liquid.

2. Whisk the egg liquid in one direction until it is smooth before steaming.

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