- A good source of collagen and protein
- Nourishes yin, strengthens the kidneys, and helps eliminate fatigue
- Helpful for wound recovery after surgery
Most old people and childeren like to eat it, because it is soft, not greasy, and easy to eat. In addition to the home-cooked millet fish maw soup, it can also be used for soup, porridge, steaming, stir-frying, etc. It can be boiled or stewed, There are some tricks when soaking and to remove the fishy smell.
The correct method of soaking:
- Wash the fish maw with clean water to clean the surface, and then soak it in clean water to soften the body
- Take out the completely soaked fish maw and squeeze the water.
- Prepare a pot of water, put a few pieces of old ginger, roll the water and then using low heat, and put the squeezed fish maw into the water.
- At this time, the fish maw can be used for cooking, just squeeze the water to dry, cut into shreds to cook the soup, and cut into pieces to stew.
- The soaked fish maw can also be frozen and stored, and it can be used after the next thawing.