Mutton Carrot Soup (1305)

Nourish spleen and liver to promote blood and qi


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Mutton Carrot Soup

 

SYMPTOMS:

Blood and qi deficiency manifested as lack of energy, dizziness and headache, numbing of extremities, lack of appetite, night blindness.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS:

Nourish spleen and liver to promote blood and qi; improve eyesight; improve appetite; strengthen the body.

INGREDIENTS: (2 to 3 servings)

  • Mutton - 640gm
  • Carrot - 320gm
  • Chinese yam (shan yao) 淮山 - 80gm
  • Ginger - 5 slices
  • Honey dates - 5

1. Wash mutton and cut into pieces and stir-fry them slightly with cooking oil and ginger.

2. Cut carrot into pieces. Rinse herbs.

3. Put all ingredients into a pot with adequate water (about 10 cups) and bring to a boil for a few minutes. Reduce to medium heat and simmer for 3 hours.

4. Add seasoning to serve. Drink soup and eat some meat only.

USAGE:

Not suitable for people with hot liver syndrome manifested as red and itchy eyes.



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