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Chicken brown rice porridge with gingko nuts and bean curd skin

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Ingredients:
 

  • 2 cups of brown rice
  • Half a cup of glutinous rice
  • 1 cup of gingko nuts
  • Half packet of bean curd skin (that will soften)
  • 2 chicken thighs
  • Spring onions
  • Light soy sauce
  • Sesame oil 
  • Pepper 


Method
 

  1. Soak the brown rice and glutinous rice for 2 hours.
  2. Remove shells of gingko nuts, boil gingko nuts for 10 minutes to remove the skin and the buds.
  3. Soak the bean curd skin, wash and keep aside.
  4. Cut chicken thighs into cubes and season with light sauce and pepper.
  5. Put rice mixture to boil until all soft.
  6. Add in the cleaned gingko nuts and soaked bean curd skin and continue to boil.
  7. Stir in the seasoned chicken cubes and continue to boil until cooked.
  8. Season porridge with salt & pepper.
  9. Serve, sprinkle with spring onions as topping.


“The ingredients promote better breathing in patients with cough or asthma, and in general, lessen the frequency of urination in the night, help to reduce tiredness and slow down the ageing process.”   -- Dr Gu Fa Long, Medical Director, Hua Mei Acupuncture & TCM Centre.

 

Source: Longevity Times Issue 04 by Tsao Foundation. Reproduced with permission.

 

 

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