Grass, stone silkworm, ginseng and quail soup is a simple material and simple method of Runfei Yishen Ziyin Buxue Decoction. This is a good product for moistening the lung and invigorating the blood. It is also called Dihuan, also known as di Guniu, Baota Cai, Luocai, Yintiao, etc. "Compendium of Materia Medica" records: "its stem connected beads, like an old silkworm, can be used as medicine for vegetables, but also can be filled with fruit.". The grass silkworm is a common wild vegetable in the north. It has a sweet taste and enters the lung and spleen meridians. It can treat asthma, cough due to lung deficiency, low back pain due to kidney deficiency, lymphatic tuberculosis and hemoptysis due to pulmonary tuberculosis. So how to do such a good product of Runfei Buxue?
Grass, stone silkworm, ginseng and quail soup
Raw materials: 150g grass silkworm, 1 ginseng, 5 quails, 20g ginger, 5g tangerine peel, 5g yellow rice wine and 5g salt.
1. Add 10 grams of ginger slices to the quail and boil it with the right amount of cold water. This process is also called flying water. After flying water, the smell of bleeding can be effectively removed. Take out the quail after flying water, wash away the foam on the surface and set aside. Add enough water to bring to a boil. Add enough water to the soup at one time, and do not add it at will;
2. After boiling, add rice wine and remove tangerine peel. If the tangerine peel is kept in the soup, it will slowly boil out the bitter taste, so its unique flavor will be fished out;
4. Turn to medium heat and cook for another 30 minutes. Before turning off the heat, add salt or pepper to taste.
It's healthy and delicious to cook a Runfei Buxue soup in spring.