This simple, clean and very sweet soup is great for people with sore throats or heaty bodies. You can actually drink it cold or hot and it’s ideal for all seasons. I’ve decided to go meatless because I wanted to drink it cool and it turned out fabulous. Fat free, oil free and made with all natural ingredients, it’s great for kids and adults alike.
Meatless soup is great for vegetarians and is fat and oil free
Traditional Chinese Name:蘋果雪梨雞湯 (píng guǒ xuě lí jī tāng)
This naturally sweet soup is great in lowering “heatiness” in the body. It’s not overly cooling, but does help soothe sore throats, sun stroke (& dehydration), and cool down that fiery feeling in your body when you eat too many fried and spicy foods. It’s great for kids, is super easy to make and the ingredients are readily available.
This end of autumn and into winter soup is slightly sweet, slightly cooling and is deliciously simple to make. With only a handful of ingredients, it is an ideal soup for the whole family and will have your kids asking for more. Add more pears to sweeten it, but you can also use the Chicken Herbal Soup base to start as well.
Snow pears are sweet and cooling ingredients and targets the stomach and lungs. These fruits are great for improving yin deficiencies in the body (which include feeling heaty) and can be used in teas and soups.
Pair this with the snow fungus (click here on a video on how to prepare snow fungus) and you have an amazing moisturizing, healing, and cooling soup that is great for soothing the lungs and moisturizing the body during the winter, as well as a great source of collagen.
Soup Name: Snow Pears, Chayotes and Seabed Coconut in Pork Broth
Traditional Chinese Name: 雪梨合掌瓜湯 (xuě lí hup jeung gwa tāng)
Introduction: A mildly cooling soup that helps relieve heatiness, assist in cough and is naturally sweet. It’s great for kids, easy to make and contains all natural ingredients. You can use chicken meat with this instead of pork bones (or pork shank). If you can’t get fresh (or frozen) seabed coconut, the dried version is sufficient (although not as sweet, so you can substitute additional snow pears).