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Lamb with Sweet Potatoes

Categories: Heart Yang Vacuity, Kidney Yang Vacuity, Spleen Qi Vacuity

Lamb with Sweet Potatoes 6 servings (Modified from A Spoonful of Ginger) 1 t oil 8 cloves garlic, sliced thinly 8 scallions, trimmed in 1 inch sections 8 slices fresh ginger 1 t hot chili paste 2 sticks cinnamon 1 t anise seed 5 c water ½ c low-sodium soy sauce 3 T rice wine 1 T sugar 3 lbs lamb stew meat, cut in 1½ inch cubes 4 sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed ½ lb fresh spinach, washed and drained 1. Heat a Dutch oven, add the oil, heat until […]

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Lamb Soup with Dang Gui

Categories: Kidney Yang Vacuity, Liver Blood Vacuity, Spleen Yang Vacuity

Lamb Soup with Dang Gui 1/2 lb. slivered lamb meat 2 chopped Walnuts 5 red Chinese dates 10 g Dang Gui 10 g dried Longan, slivered 1 star anise seed 1 tsp. minced scallion 1 thin slice of fresh ginger 1 T. rice wine or cooking sherry 1/2 tsp of salt or more to taste 1 tsp. soy sauce Boil the lamb in 2 cups water with the scallions and ginger for ten minutes. Skim off any bubbles on the surface. Add the other ingredients except the sou sauce and […]

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Lamb, Sweet Potato and Leek Stew with Saffron Rice

Categories: Kidney Yang Vacuity

Lamb, Sweet Potato and Leek Stew with Saffron Rice 1 cup basmati rice. Neutral grain, easy for the stomach to digest, Basmati is qi moving. 2 cups water (or veggie or chicken broth for more flavor) ½ pound lamb meat, cubed. Sweet, warm, stomach spleen, kidney. Boosts kidney yang, warms middle jiao, nourishes blood. 1 medium sweet potato, cubed. Sweet neutral flavor that is easy on the spleen in moderate amounts. 1 cup chopped leek (or scallion or onion if leek is not available) (Warm, moving root veggie) 1 tsp. […]

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