As we all know, soy products such as soy milk, tofu, and dried tofu have high nutritional value and are rich in various high-quality proteins, phospholipids, calcium, zinc, vitamins, dietary fiber, etc. Nowadays, many families choose to use the soymilk machine to make soymilk, which is easy to operate and healthy.
Usually people filter out the excess dregs in the soy milk, so that the soy milk tastes smoother. So, can soybean milk residue be eaten?
In fact, soybean dregs have "three highs" in nutrition, high dietary fiber, high protein, and high minerals. Each 100 grams of Okara contains approximately 9.7 grams of dietary fiber. Dietary fiber can promote intestinal peristalsis, facilitate defecation, and prevent constipation. In addition, the calcium content of Okara contains approximately 100 mg of calcium per 100 grams of Okara, which is comparable to milk. In addition, bean dregs are high-potassium, high-phosphorus and low-sodium foods, rich in potassium and phosphorus, which help stabilize blood pressure and protect the heart. In addition to the above nutrients, soy milk residue also contains a certain amount of plant sterols, lecithin, etc., which help reduce cholesterol, promote metabolism, and are also good for the brain. Therefore, we can drink the soy milk residue and soy milk directly without filtering.
Okara is not only rich in nutrients, but also a good cooking ingredient , Add bean dregs to all kinds of staple foods, the bean amino acids and cereal amino acids can complement each other and help digestion and absorption. As long as you take a little thought, the bean dregs can be made into delicious food without waste. The following are some introductions. Kind of soy milk residueDaily practice.
1. Fried Okara
After the Okara is drained, heat the oil in the pot and use it first Fry the peppercorns in the pan, then pour the bean dregs into the pan and stir fry. After the fry, add a little green onion, stir fry for a while, and add salt.
Second, Okara Cake
Put the bean dregs in a basin, add an appropriate amount of flour, stir well, then add eggs, vegetables, minced meat, etc., make a paste, fry in a pan until golden on both sides, and serve with sauce.
3. Okara Balls
Okara can be combined with minced meat to make meatballs, or with various vegetables to make vegetable balls. Add minced meat (or chopped vegetables), soybean milk residue, egg liquid, and appropriate amount of flour. Mix well with salt, stir well, boil into meatballs and cook or fry them.
It should be reminded that although fried okara cakes and fried okara balls have a better taste, they absorb more oil, so it is not recommended to eat too much. In addition, bean dregs have a high water content, are difficult to store, and are easy to deteriorate. It is recommended to eat on the same day.