Claire Corlett

Fish Food, Fish Tanks, and More


Sour Papaya Dried Sour Papaya Slices Sour Papaya Preserves Pickled Sour Papaya Pickled Docynia Delavayi Stewed Fish with Sour Papaya Sour Papaya Grandma. I’m gonna pick some more docynia delavayi. Okay, come back asap. OK. Docynia Delavayi Granulated sugar Dipping chilies Sour Papaya Cold Dish Granulated sugar Dipping chilies Light soy sauce Cilantro Pounded Docynia Delavayi Granulated sugar Licorice root slices Boiling water Cool down to room temperature Cut sour papaya into sticks Pickled Sour Papaya Pickled Docynia Delavayi Slice the papaya Granulated sugar Mix well Pickle for 2 days Ahao. Yeah? Have some sour papaya. Grandma and grandpa may not want to eat this. Too sour. Grandma. Yes? Have a bite. I don’t want to eat that. It’s too sour. I’ve added some sugar. It may hurt my teeth. Just one slice. Here, just take it. Three days later Dried Sour Papaya Slices Soak dried sour papaya slices Cellophane noodles Stem lettuce slices Carrot slices Capsicum frutescens Minced garlic Cilantro Light soy sauce Sichuan pepper oil Salt Chili oil Sour papaya juice Cold Cellophane Noodles with Shredded Lettuce & Carrot Tomato Minced garlic Minced ginger Chilies Ahao, is the fire big enough? Yes. Dawang, have some fish. Fry until the color turns golden yellow Fermented chili sauce Tomato, minced garlic, minced ginger and chilies Fermented chili sauce Tsao-ko Amomum villosum Soy sauce Sichuan pepper Salt Clean water Dried sour papaya slices Sweet potato noodles Celery Melaleuca bracteata Pea shoots Stewed Fish with Sour Papaya
Cilantro Stewed Fish with Sour Papaya Ahao, go and set the table Do help yourselves. I’ve cooked four fish. Have a fish tail. Naughty Dawang. What do you like to eat? Get him some fish. Here. He just loves eating fish. Dawang. I’ll feed you after I finish mine. The fish has lots of bones. Two days later Granulated sugar Ferment for a month Let dry Sour Papaya Preserves Sis, I wanna take some to school. Hold the bag. That’s enough. Hello! I am Dianxi Xiaoge. In today’s video, we are introducing a very sour fruit – sour papaya. Many of you may feel confused, wondering whether sour papaya is the same as papaya. Actually, they’re different. Here is the real papaya. Papaya is a tropical fruit, which can be eaten as a fruit when ripe. We’d also eat raw papaya, by slicing it to make cold dishes. As for the sour papaya, we mostly eat it for its sourness. Usually, we’d dry the slices and use it as some kind of vinegar. It can also be made into sour papaya preserves. Or we cook stir-fried beef or fish with it. It’s very tasty. Hope you’ll like today’s video. Bye-bye!

100 comments on “酸木瓜——我心目中的酸果之王【滇西小哥】

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  4. Your cooking very very nice super I am from India💐🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳👍🌹🙋😋💞🎄🎂 many more Happy Christmas and Happy New Year💐🙏🌹🌹🎄🎄

  5. Living in Indonesia, I only know the tropical papaya fruit. It’s my first time seeing sour papaya. Thanks for the explanation! Can’t wait for the next videos!

  6. Her videos are so soothing to watch. But she makes me hungry. I also can see her love for her pup and it's adorable, I have an Alaskan Malamute and he adores fish too!

  7. If every videos have English subtitle then it would be great for us who don’t know Chinese. Anyways I love all your videos.

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  9. Thank you for the English subtitles., Please leave them show for a couple more seconds. Again thank you so much for the translation.

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