Luffa Soup With Frogs

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    The fruit of these species is cultivated and eaten as a vegetable. The fruit must be harvested at a young stage of development to be edible. The vegetable is popular in India, China and Vietnam. When the fruit is fully ripened, it is very fibrous. Various dishes of gilki are prepared in India and eaten. The fully developed fruit is the source of the loofah scrubbing sponge which is used in bathrooms and kitchens.

    They usually plant Luffa gourd every year. The plants would bloom many flowers and produce lots of fruits. They typically cook them in many different ways: making soup, stir frying, steaming,…and sometimes, they use up all the male flowers to make soups with meat; it tastes pretty good. In this recipes, Luffa Soup with Shrimp Balls, Luffa gourd is really tasty and fresh when it is combined with shrimps and green onions.

    Frogs are flesh-eating frogs, toads, which are considered nutritious dishes and are traditionally served in many culinary cultures such as Kerala, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Alentejo region. in Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, northwestern Greece, northeastern Italy and south of the United States. Flesh is good and nutritious, especially the thighs.

    Frog meat is white, lean, delicious like chicken. Frog meat is soft, sweet, with strong taste, occasionally soaked, aromatic, tasty, long-tasting vinegar. In flesh rich in nutrients, it has a lot of protein, fat, sugar, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, iron, copper, magnesium, zinc, selenium, vitamin A, group B vitamins, biotin, carotene. Specific analysis of the dog found: in 100g frog has 75g of water, 20g of protit, 1.1g of lipid, 3.9g of ash, 22 mg of calcium, 159 mg of phosphorus, 1.3 mg of iron, 0.04 mg of vitamin B1, 0 , 22 mg vitamin B12, 2.1 mg vitamin PP ... give the body about 92kcal.

    Luffa soup with frogs is a tasty dish. Check out this video to see how to cook this dish!

    Hope this helps!

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