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Recipe Towards Health With Dr. Li

When exquisite western food meets Li's Natural Herbal Recipe, the delicious and healthy medicinal diet recipe is created!

Eating does not mean gaining weight. How to eat to get slimmer while enjoying delicious food, soothe the nerves, help sleep, and replenish energy?

Health on the tip of the tongue! Master the efficacy of the ingredients, match with the Chinese herbal formula that suits you, and achieve the ideal health benefits while enjoying the food! Come and explore the magic of medicinal diet therapy with Dr. Li.


【Medicinal Diet 1】 Slimming Chicken Quinoa Porridge

When zero-burden quinoa meets Slim & Detox Herbal Tea, health and deliciousness are easily served on the table.

Ingredients:

  • 2x organic chicken breast, or chicken thigh, fresh baby tomatoes, quinoa, seasonal green leafy vegetables
  • Seasoning: cooking wine (rice wine or Shaoxing wine), ginger, a little salt
  • Chinese herbal medicine: Slimming and detox medicated tea bags x 2 small bags (each large bag contains 7 small medicated tea bags that have been prepared)

Cooking Time: 20 - 35 min

Note: For frozen chicken, it is recommended to completely defrost before cooking to keep the chicken tender and juicy.

  1. Add 2x small medicated tea bags to 12 cups of water, simmer over high heat until it boils, then change to low heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Medicated Tea Bag Contains: Lotus Leaf, Hawthorn, Alisma, Poria, Cranberry, etc.
  2. Wash the chicken, add it to the medicinal soup and simmer for 5 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked, add cooking wine, ginger, and a little salt.
  3. Take out the chicken and set it aside. If you like crispy chicken, you can put the chicken in the frying pan and fry until fragrant on both sides.
  4. Pour out some of the medicinal soup base, cook the washed quinoa until the quinoa is cooked, add the chopped vegetables and simmer together for 3 minutes, it is best to stop the fire before the green leafy vegetables change color, add a little Season with salt.
  5. Cut the tomatoes, put them on a plate, put the cooked quinoa and vegetable porridge into the plate, and add the chicken.
  6. Pour the rest of the medicinal soup base into the plate, and decorate the plate with edible flowers. 

【Medicinal Diet II】 Nourishing and Fragrant Stewed Pork Rice

When western chefs meet Relax & Soothe Herbal Tea, the delicious and healthy transformation of traditional Dongpo pork.

Ingredients:

  • Skinned pork belly, fresh green onions, rice, (or mashed potatoes), seasonal fresh leafy greens
  • Seasoning: cooking wine (rice wine or Shaoxing wine), soy sauce, salt, sugar x2 tsp
  • Chinese herbal medicines: Soothe the nerves and nourish the heart herbal tea bag x 2 small packets (each large packet contains 7 small packets of pre-prepared herbal diet tea bags)

Cooking Time: 20 - 35 min

Note: If you like fresh vegetables, you can prepare vegetable salad instead of stew.

  1. Add 2x small medicinal tea bags to 12 cups of water, simmer on high heat until it boils, then change to low heat and simmer for 10 minutes, set aside. Medicated tea bag contains: Fushen, Dried Ginger, Ophiopogon japonicus, Polygala, etc.
  2. Cut the pork belly into pieces, drain the water with boiling water, put it in a frying pan and fry the fragrant skin noodles with a little oil.
  3. Put the pork belly in the stew pot, add some of the prepared medicinal juice until the pork belly is buried by more than 2 inches, a little cooking wine, soy sauce, salt, sugar 2 tsp, simmer until the meat is smooth and soft, before serving For 10 minutes, add the shallots.
  4. While the meat is stewing, prepare rice or mashed potatoes. When cooking rice, use medicinal juice instead of normal water.
  5. If you like salad, you can prepare vegetable salad, or put the vegetables into the pot 5 minutes before the stew is cooked.


Arrangement: Rice, vegetables, stewed meat, and green onions can be placed on the plate one by one, and then topped with the stewed meat medicated sauce to enjoy a delicious and healthy stewed meat plate!

【Medicinal Diet 3】 Vitality Boost Steak

When the steak meets the herbal formula of Vitality Boost Herbal Tea, it turns into a feast for nourishing yin and nourishing yang.

Ingredients:

  • Beef eye steak, baby carrots, mashed potatoes, ginger
  • Seasoning: Steak Sauce: 5 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp sake, 1/2 tbsp chopped ginger and 1 tbsp honey | Other seasoning: a little fresh milk, butter, black pepper and salt
  • Chinese herbal medicine: Yuanqi Health Medicated Diet Tea Bag x 2 small packets (each large bag contains 7 small packets of prepared Medicinal Diet Tea Bags)

Cooking Time: 20 - 35 min

Note: If you like fresh vegetables, you can prepare vegetable salad instead of stew.

  1. Add 2x small medicated tea bags to 12 cups of water, simmer over high heat until it boils, then change to low heat and simmer for 10 minutes; divide into 2 portions. Medicated tea bag contains: Prince Ginseng, Angelica, Gynostemma, Astragalus, etc.
  2. Mix 5 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp sake, 1/2 tbsp chopped ginger and 1 tbsp honey, add the mixture to part of the medicinal juice, and simmer over low heat. Cook for about 5 minutes, or until slightly thickened. Serve as a steak sauce.
  3. Stew the baby carrots with another part of the medicinal juice for 10 minutes, or suitable for the taste.
  4. Cook the potatoes with medicinal juice instead of water. After the potatoes are soft, add a little fresh milk, butter and salt to taste.
  5. While the baby carrots and potatoes are simmering, you can start frying the steak: add a little oil to the pan, heat the pan over high heat, put the dried steak into the pan, and fry both sides for about 5 minutes (Depending on the degree of rawness you like and the thickness of the steak itself), sprinkle with a little salt and black pepper.

Arrangement: will prepare mashed potatoes, steak.

 

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