RecipesThe first choice of immunity-improving soup in spring—stew chicken soup with carrot and mushroomDrinking soup is a must-do for your health every season, because soup is both nutritious and nourishing, and it is the first choice for health. The deliciousness of chicken plus the natural sweetness of carrots, coupled with the unique fragrance of Xiangru's(thinleaf glossogyne herb)unique nutritional value, is the best taste
RecipesNice and Healthy Steamed Pumpkin RiceThere are many ways to cook pumpkin, such as steaming, boiling, stir-frying, baking, but today we will teach you a new method. That called steamed pumpkin rice, a small one, very full, without meat is a complete vegetarian diet.
RecipesMushrooms with Oyster SauceThe delicious mushrooms with oyster sauce is better than meat. Every time you cook this dish, there is no leftover in your plate. It is super appetizing! Shiitake mushrooms serve as a common fat-reducing food, and the calories are very low, so they are not causing weight gain.
RecipesSuper Delicious—Shiitake Mushroom Meat Paste NoodlesAs the weather is growing hot, people tend to not use fire to cook. Lazy people have lazy tricks, and that comes the shiitake mushroom meat paste noodles. Such a dish is so delicious that make you empty the plate, and it only takes ten minutes to cook.
RecipesTonic in Spring—Healthy Oyster PorridgeThe weather is getting hotter and we tend to eat some light and nutritious food. As for me, i like to add some side dishes to my porridge, especially mushrooms and parsley, to make the porridge more fragrant. This oyster porridge is enjoyed fondness among my family.
RecipesFresh Abalone Chicken Soup for Keeping Healthy in SpringIn spring, the wind is high and the weather is dry. We should have had more soup, but everything is full of energy, which is easy to get imbalanced of yin and yang if drinking too much tonic soup. Today, I will make a fresh abalone chicken soup that is very suitable for moisturizing in the spring but not dry, clearing heat and dampness, and quenching thirst.