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Lemon Chicken Tagine

Categories: Blood Vacuity, Chicken, Liver Overacting on Spleen, Mediterranean, Qi Vacuity

Lemon Chicken Tagine Preparation time: 10 mins Cooking time: 90 mins Serves: 4-8 Ingredients 4 onions 2 lemons ½ teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon five spice Few small pieces cinnamon bark Pinch saffron Handful fresh parsley- chopped Handful fresh coriander- chopped 8 pieces chicken (wings or legs) Handful green olives Method Slice the onions in rings and the lemons into eighths. Lay half of them in an ovenproof dish and sit 4 of the chicken pieces on top. Sprinkle with half the herbs and spices. Repeat the process to make a […]

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Saffron-4,000+ Years of Medicinal & Culinary Wonder

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MEDICINAL Writings of saffron spices being used as a medicine span over 4000 years and cover over 90 conditions that saffron had been used to treat. Saffron is used as a herb in both eastern and western medicine. Saffron has been used for a long time in eastern medicine. Saffron is used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat conditions such as asthma, coughs, alcoholism, acne, and skin diseases. Saffron in Unani medicine has been used in the treatment of liver, kidney and urinary infections. Saffron has been used to help cure […]

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