Tomorrow Gu Yu, which means "a hundred valleys in rain", as the saying goes: "Qingming breaks snow, Guyu breaks frost". Gu Yu is the last solar term in spring. In Guangdong’s solar terms, spring is a humid and rainy season. At the end of spring and early summer, there is a temperature difference between morning and evening, the weather gradually warms up, the humidity increases, and moisture invades the muscles and joints of the body. Our diet emphasizes "eliminating dampness" from the beginning of spring.
There are many ways to get rid of dampness, but the simplest one is the bowl of "Dampness Soup" prepared by mother on the table. Cantonese people like to drink soup before and after meals, because it is related to their eating habits. Some friends from the north said that they have followed me to make soup in the past two years. Although the geographical location is different, due to the influence of the climate and diet, the family around me also like to drink Cantonese soup more and more.
Soup water is born in response to the seasonal weather, and tomorrow will rain in the valley and the rain will increase relatively. In the vegetable market In the soup shop there is definitely an indispensable figure of old Cantonese nurses buying soup to go home to cook the soup.
Boil soup for the family and eat it in time. The ingredients suitable for the Guyu solar term soup are generally barley, tuckahoe and white. Lentils, poached beans, red beans, etc., young people such asIf you like to stay up late, you should try the bowl of "Guyu Qushitang" shared today.
【Pork horizontal lean meat and chicken bone grass】
Ingredients: 1 piece of chicken bone grass, 2 candied dates, 1 piece of ginger, 200 grams of lean meat, 1 piece of pork loin, 3-4 dried figs, appropriate amount of water, and 2 grams of salt.
Chicken bone grass, also called "Acacia" in Guangdong, is a legumeA kind of plant, usually fresh chicken bone grass leaves growing on the edge of the field are somewhat similar to mimosa, probably only the older generation of people who know herbal medicine can distinguish it carefully. Most chicken bone grass is dried and sold in the vegetable market, one small bundle at a time.
Chicken bone grass has a sweet taste, slightly bitter, and has the therapeutic effects of clearing heat and dampness, strengthening the spleen and stomach. Buy a bundle of chicken bone grass, soak it in clean water and rinse it for later use.
- Prepare a piece of pure lean meat and a pig crossbow.
The pig crossbow is the part of the pig’s spleen, dark purple Red, with some fishy smell, when using it to make soup, you need to prepare a piece of ginger to help remove the fishy.
2. Cut the lean meat into 4-5 pieces, flatten the ginger, cut the pork horizontally, put it in cold water and boil it, boil it on high heat for 1 minute, which is more beneficial The blood and impurities are discharged.
3. According to the number of people in the family, you can choose to make soup/simmering soup. Use a ceramic stew pot for the stewing soup. Put all the figs in the stewing pot, add water, put the stew pot in the pressure cooker or steamer, and steam and stew for 1 hour.
If there are many people in the family, the soup ingredients should be increased according to the actual situation. It is enough to use 1 pork loin, and the lean meat can be appropriately increased. Use a soup pot to cook the soup. Use a ceramic pot or a casserole for the soup pot, which has strong heat preservation and can ensure that the water does not lose too much. After boiling for 1 hour, add salt and turn off the heat.
Figs and candied dates have a slight sweetness The taste, can comprehensively remove the slight astringency of the chicken bone grass, and at the same time have the effect of clearing the lungs and relieving cough. This bowl of soup that old Cantonese cooks in spring every three to five times, have you learned?
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