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Egg Drop Soup

Categories: Heart Yin Vacuity, Kidney Yin Vacuity, Liver Blood Vacuity

Egg Drop Soup

* 4 cups chicken broth or stock (nourishes blood)
* 2 eggs, lightly beaten (nourishes blood)
* 1 -2 green onions, minced (warming)
* 1/4 teaspoon white pepper
* Salt to taste
* A few drops of sesame oil (optional)

In a wok or saucepan, bring the 4 cups of chicken broth to a boil. Add the white pepper and salt, and the sesame oil if using. Cook for about another minute.
Very slowly pour in the eggs in a steady stream. To make shreds, stir the egg rapidly in a clockwise direction for one minute. To make thin streams or ribbons, gently stir the eggs in a clockwise direction until they form.
Garnish with green onion and serve.
Serves 4

Chicken Noodle Soup for the Common Cold

Categories: Asian, Chicken, Gluten-free, Soup, Wei Qi Vacuity, Wind Cold Invading Lungs, Wind Invasion (External)

chicksoup

CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP FOR THE COMMON COLD serves 4

  • 2 tbs coconut oil
  • ¼ lb chicken, shredded
  • ¼ c preserved mustard greens, soaked, rinsed, and shredded
  • 4 slices ginger, shredded
  • 2 green onions, sliced thinly
  • 1-2 tbs fermented black beans, soaked, rinsed, and chopped
  • 4 c chicken stock
  • 1 tbs soy sauce
  • 2 tsp sesame oil
  • 2 oz rice vermicelli, presoaked in hot water until soft, drained
  • Fresh perilla leaves (or substitute with cilantro or basil)

1) Heat oil until smoking. Add chicken for 30 seconds. Add ginger, onions, greens, and black beans and stir fry for a few seconds.

2) Add chicken stock, bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 5 min. add the soy sauce and sesame oil.

3) Divide noodles between 4 bowls, top with a handful of perilla leaves, and ladle the hot soup over the top.

 

EARLY WIND COLD INVASION

Coconut oil: warm, sweet; strengthening, moistening

Chicken: warm, sweet; tonifies Qi and Blood

Preserved Mustard greens: warm, acrid, salty; relieves common cold, ventilates Lungs, reduces swollen glands

Ginger: warm, acrid; LU, SP, ST; promotes sweating, expels pathogen, opens LU

Green Onion: hot, acrid; LU, ST; promotes sweating, expels external pathogen

Fermented Black beans: warm, sweet, slightly bitter; LU, ST; releases exterior, illuminates irritability

Soy sauce: cool, sweet, salty; clears heat

Sesame oil: warm, sweet; harmonizes Blood, lubricates intestines

Perilla Leaf: warm, acrid, aromatic; LU, SP; releases exterior, opens chest, moves QI

Rice noodles: sweet; tonifies SP, ST; nourishes QI

 

This recipe contains ingredients that disperse external pathogens but also treat an underlying deficiency of Wei Qi. It’s useful during the cold and flu season as a prophylactic tonic and in the early stages of the common cold.

Jason Cox

Lactation Cakes

Categories: Kidney Jing Vacuity, Kidney Qi Vacuity, Liver Blood Vacuity, Liver Qi Stagnation, Shen Calming

Metal – Lactation Cakes:

Lily flower with meat cake

General/promote lactation

Ingredients:

½ lb lean ground pork – benefit the kidney and lactation

1 stalk green onion 1 tspr – warming, upward moving, dispersing to benefit flow of breast milk

1 tsp Soy sauce

1⁄2 tsp salt

50 g (1.5 oz) lily flower ( Bai He) – clear heat, moisten dry and goes to heart channel to benefit lactation.

Serves: 2

Directions:

1. Chop lily flower and mix with rest of ingredients, make into flat patty.

2. Steam for 15 minutes,

Actions/Indications/Functions

• Nourish kidney, blood, promote lactation

• Treat lower back pain, tinnitus due to kidney deficiency, lack of lactation

Bindaeddeok (Mung bean pancake) recipe

Categories: Spleen Damp

Bindaeddeok (Mung bean pancake) recipe
Serves 4

Ingredients: 14 oz nok doo (mung beans)

1 medium onion, thin sliced
1/2 carrot, thin julienne
3 green onions, cut in a bias
1/8 lb beef, thin julienne
1/2 cup kimchi, cut into strips*
1/4 cup bean sprout, blanched, roughly chopped
2 tbsp salt
(*You can substitute to blanched napa cabbage)

Wash mung beans and soak in cold water for 3 hours.
Get rid of outer shell by rubbing them with hands.
Wash again.
Put them in a food processor with a little water and grind to fairly fine paste.

In a bowl, mix onion, carrot, green onions, beef, bean sprouts and kimchi.
Add mung bean paste and salt.

In a non-stick pan, add vegetable oil.
Pour a ladle of paste to make 3-4 inches in diameter and cook until brown, turn only once.

Serve with soy sauce (with some chopped green onion).

This recipe contain foods good for relieving toxicity, particularly mung beans and onions. Carrots are diuretics that drain damp and have anti-inflammatory properties and nourish blood. Green onions invigorate the blood and treat viral and bacterial infections and are helpful with heart disease.

Radish and Mutton Flank Soup

Categories: Bi Syndrome Cold, Kidney Qi Vacuity, Kidney Yang Vacuity

Radish and Mutton Flank Soup
Mutton Flank-1.5 lb. (warming to hot, sweet, sl. bitter, supplements KD and SP YANG)
Radish-the more, the better, but they can be very strong! (cool, acrid, very moving)
Ginger-4 slices (warming to hot, acrid, sl. sweet, loosens phlegm, esp. cold)
Green onion-2 (warming and acrid, opens ST and LU)
1. Wash, peel and rough chop radish.
2. Wash mutton flank, cut into 2″ cubes and put in boiling water for a couple of minutes to rinse. Remove and drain.
3. Put all ingredients in a pot with adequate water (about 3 liters) and bring to a boil.
4. Remove foam, reduce heat and simmer for 4 hours with about 1/3 of the water left.
5. Add seasoning to serve. Eat content with soup as main course of meal.
6. Makes 2-3 servings
THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS:
Benefit kidney and yang energy, clear toxic material and improve digestion, clear phlegm and stop cough, improve blood circulation and increase yang energy. Especially good for Cold syndrome with yang deficiency resulting in cough and phlegm.

Bindaeddeok (Mung bean pancake)

Categories: Cleanse, Damp Heat in the Lower Jiao, Spleen Damp, Spleen Damp Heat, Spleen Damp Heat

Bindaeddeok (Mung bean pancake) recipe
Serves 4

Ingredients: 14 oz nok doo (mung beans)

1 medium onion, thin sliced
1/2 carrot, thin julienne
3 green onions, cut in a bias
1/8 lb beef, thin julienne
1/2 cup kimchi, cut into strips*
1/4 cup bean sprout, blanched, roughly chopped
2 tbsp salt
(*You can substitute to blanched napa cabbage)

Wash mung beans and soak in cold water for 3 hours.
Get rid of outer shell by rubbing them with hands.
Wash again.
Put them in a food processor with a little water and grind to fairly fine paste.

In a bowl, mix onion, carrot, green onions, beef, bean sprouts and kimchi.
Add mung bean paste and salt.

In a non-stick pan, add vegetable oil.
Pour a ladle of paste to make 3-4 inches in diameter and cook until brown, turn only once.

Serve with soy sauce (with some chopped green onion).

This recipe contain foods good for relieving toxicity, particularly mung beans and onions. Carrots are diuretics that drain damp and have anti-inflammatory properties and nourish blood. Green onions invigorate the blood and treat viral and bacterial infections and are helpful with heart disease.

Warming Fennel Lamb

Categories: Kidney Yang Vacuity

Warming Fennel Lamb
By Kylie Roach

1 pound of lamb, cubed
1 Tbsp. cumin
2 Tsp. rice wine
1 green onion, chopped
2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
1 inch piece of ginger, minced
1 Tsp. fennel seeds

Season lamb with cumin, rice wine, green onions and stir. Heat vegetable oil in a wok over medium/high heat. Add the lamb to the wok and cook for about five minutes. When the lamb is near done, add the fennel seeds and cook for about one more minute. Serve.

Serves 2.

Lamb: warm, sweet. Boosts KD yang, tonifies KD, nourishes xue.

Cumin: warm, pungent. Warming for xu cold.

Rice wine vinegar: warm, sour. Detoxifies, astringes, promotes movement of xue.

Green onion: hot, pungent. Induces sweating, anti-microbial, warms the body.

Ginger: pungent, warm. Disperses cold, warms interior and MJ.

Fennel seeds: pungent, warm. Rectifies Qi, strengthens KD, disperses cold.

Lamb is great for conditions of KD yang xu. Combining the lamb here with warming pungent flavors is good for dispersing vacuity cold. This dish should be consumed in the winter and is good for the elderly and deficient.

Adapted from Ancient Wisdom, Modern Kitchen.