版纳小玉米——云南四季都能吃到的新鲜美味【滇西小哥】

January 10, 2020 0 By Luis Garrison


Yunnan Banna Baby Corn Dawang, have you behave today? Ignore me? Is it cold now? Why building up the fire? It’s cold these days. Let’s roast some corns. Okay. Grandma, please help flip the corns. I’ll take the steamer and steam some corns. Do you need me with the peeling? Nope. I’ll peel some corns, just enough for one meal. Okay, I’ll tend to the roasted corns then. Okay. Steam over high heat for 20 minutes. Here, grandma. Ahao, have a corn. Do you want one, Dawang? Take it. It’s yours. We still have roasted corns. Save one for me. This is for you. Is it too hot? Dawang, there’s nothing left. Here, Dawang, have another one. Dawang, you can fit in. You’re too big for the chair. Come here and sleep by my side. Pine nuts Sis, are these enough? Yeah. Pass it to me, grandma. Flour Baking soda Granulated sugar Build a fire. Steam for half an hour. Carrot Potato Sweet potato Broccoli Ginger Minced garlic Capsicum frutescens Sis, it should be ready. I can smell the food. Yep. Be careful. It’s still hot. Starch Save the hot oil for later use Spread out Dipping chilies Pine nuts Salt Stir Fried Corn with Pine Nuts Deep-fry potato and sweet potato until cooked Ginger, garlic, capsicum frutescens Chili sauce Light soy sauce Sichuan pepper powder Salt Water Spicy Corn with Mixed Vegetables Cilantro Ahao, take the dish to the table. Here’s some corn baba (cake). Here you are, grandpa. Give him something to eat. Dawang, would you like some corn baba? Give him a bite. I’ll feed you after I finish mine. Okay, Okay. This is for you. Hello. I am Dianxi Xiaoge. This is Dawang. Some of you may wonder why dogs enjoy eating sticky food. Most people believe that dogs do not eat sticky food, but Dawang is an exception. Corns and everything made with corns are his favorites. When he was little, he enjoyed chewing baby corns. As a result, when we make sticky corn dishes, such as baba, and corn kernels, he enjoys eating them. Do you like corns? Leave your comments down below. Bye-bye! Dawang, come back!