Cold Qi corresponds to the kidney. The kidney is the driving force of human life and the "innate foundation" of the human body. In winter, the human body's yang qi is introverted, and the physiological activities of the human body also converge. At this point, the kidneys must be prepared to maintain winter heat expenditure. Therefore, in this issue, let's follow 39 food gods to see what to eat to nourish the kidney during the severe cold season in winter. The fifth course is laver and shrimp skin soup.
Theme Seaweed and Shrimp Skin Soup
1 piece of laver, 50g of shrimp skin, shallots, sesame oil, and some salt.
Place laver directly in a heated nonstick pan, right, without water or oil, and fry until dark green.
Soak 2 pairs of shrimp skins for 3 minutes. Cut the scallions into small pieces and set aside.
After boiling 3 water, shred the laver, add the laver and shrimp skin, cook for 4 minutes, and then add scallions, salt, and sesame oil to stir. Serve.
39 God of Food Tips:
Laver can have a salty taste during the production process, so when adding seasoning, it is advisable to appropriately reduce the amount of salt added to avoid excessive sodium intake by the body.
Porphyra is rich in nutrients and has a high iodine content, which can be used to treat "goiter" caused by iodine deficiency. Porphyra has the function of softening, firming, and dispersing nodules, as well as being useful for other stasis masses; Rich in choline, calcium, and iron, it can enhance memory, treat maternal and child anemia, promote the growth and health of bones and teeth, and contain a certain amount of mannitol.
Shrimp skin is sweet, salty, and warm in nature. It has the effects of tonifying the kidney, strengthening yang, regulating qi, and appetizing.
(Intern Editor: Huang Junda)