Good nutrition is crucial for health, especially during this pandemic. The good news is, eating healthy should not always be boring and bland. Remember the Chinese soup that is always there when we get sick and helps to replenish our energy? They too help to maintain our well-being and optimal health during this pandemic.
Here’s our 7 top picks on various chinese soup recipes by our creators:
Lotus roots are full of nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and also dietary fiber. But let’s not forget that if cooked well, they are also crunchy and sweet. This type of soup is usually prepared with Pork, but it turns out that it also tastes great with chicken.
Pork Bone Broth always tastes great right? But with dried cuttlefish, it adds even more umami flavor to your healthy soup. Not to forget the vitamins and minerals from winter melon and goji berries. This soup is highly recommended for those wanting a flavorful and healthy soup.
Fragrant, Flavorsome, and Slightly Sweet are three words (or more) to describe this soup. The combination of flavors come from the mixture of dang shen, yu zhu, huai shan, and many other spices. You definitely should look into the recipe to find out what the spices are! Making it even more interesting, the black chicken gives you that black color and also extra nutrients in the soup.
Snow fungus enhances your white blood cell activity, boosting your Immune system. Cook it with dried scallop and chicken, this soup offers you the complete nutrients for you to maintain your optimal health. Not to mention the simplicity to cook this soup, makes it even more amazing!
We know pork, Chinese walnuts, and wolfberries are the star of almost every Chinese soup. But in this recipe, the sweetcorn is the main attraction. It adds the crunch and sweetness to the soup making it better than your ordinary Chinese soup. Simple yet impactful.
Watercress is rich in vitamin C, an important nutrient for your Immune System. The combination of corn, carrot, onion, tomato, apricot kernel, dates, and not to forget the mighty wolfberries, all adds up to a flavorsome broth.
We keep the last for the simplest recipe of them all. A simple chicken soup is the easiest to make. Just add any ingredients that you want, cook it for some time. It tastes good and nutritious.