Ginseng Wolfberry Bird’s Nest

Ginseng Wolfberry Bird’s Nest

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Ginseng, Wolfberry, and Bird's Nest are all traditional Chinese ingredients known for their health benefits. Ginseng is believed to boost energy and improve cognitive function, while wolfberry is known for its anti-aging properties and ability to support eye health. Bird's Nest, which is made from the saliva of swiftlets, is highly valued for its nourishing and rejuvenating properties. Together, these ingredients make a potent and nutritious tonic that is highly sought after in Chinese medicine. If you're interested in experiencing the benefits of Ginseng, Wolfberry, and Bird's Nest, there are many traditional Chinese recipes and supplements available that incorporate these ingredients.

Prep Time4 hrsCook Time1 hr 40 minsTotal Time5 hrs 40 mins
Yields1 Serving
 1000 g water
 3 pandan leaves, tied into knots
 20 g bird's nest (approx. 4), soaked and cleaned
 8 American ginseng root slices
 40 g wolfberries, rinsed
 80 g lump sugar
1

Place water and pandan leaves in mixing bowl, boil 8 min | 100°C | ⤺ speed 1. Discard pandan leaves.

2

Add bird’s nests and ginseng root slices, start Slow Cook | 1 h 30min | 80°C.

3

Add lump sugar, cook 5 min | 80°C | ⤺ speed 1.

4

Add wolfberries. Let stand for 10 Minutes. Transfer to soup bowls and serve hot.

Ingredients

 1000 g water
 3 pandan leaves, tied into knots
 20 g bird's nest (approx. 4), soaked and cleaned
 8 American ginseng root slices
 40 g wolfberries, rinsed
 80 g lump sugar

Directions

1

Place water and pandan leaves in mixing bowl, boil 8 min | 100°C | ⤺ speed 1. Discard pandan leaves.

2

Add bird’s nests and ginseng root slices, start Slow Cook | 1 h 30min | 80°C.

3

Add lump sugar, cook 5 min | 80°C | ⤺ speed 1.

4

Add wolfberries. Let stand for 10 Minutes. Transfer to soup bowls and serve hot.

Ginseng Wolfberry Bird’s Nest
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