The practice of clearing liver and eyesight pork ribs in mulberry leaf pot

The practice of clearing liver and eyesight pork ribs in mulberry leaf pot

The practice of clearing liver and eyesight pork ribs in mulberry leaf pot

In the Pearl River Delta, known as Sanji fish pond, mulberry leaves are used for both food and medicine, and folks often use their fresh products to roll pork liver.

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that mulberry leaves have a bitter coldness and sweetness, can evacuate wind-heat, clear the liver and clear the eyes, and can cure fever such as wind temperature, headache, red eyes, thirst, cough and wind-heat eye disease.

In the cold and hot in the late spring, fresh mulberry leaves with soy beans in tonic bread boiled pork ribs soup. The smell is refreshing and delicious. The scattered wind dispels heat and solidifies the vital energy.Medicated diet.

  Materials: 250 grams of fresh mulberry leaves, 100 grams of soybeans, 300 grams of lean pork, 3 slices of ginger.

  Cooking system: Wash everything separately.

Soy beans are soaked for about 2 hours, and pork lean meat is cut into pieces.

Put soy beans, lean pork and ginger into a clay pot, add 2500 ml of water, and change to a simmered pot for one and a half hours after boiling the boiled water, and roll the fresh mulberry leaves slightly to just cooked.

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