What are the recipes for nourishing blood and replenishing qi?


When it comes to recipes for nourishing blood and replenishing qi, I believe you may be able to think of many ingredients. So, how to effectively use these ingredients to maximize their effects? Today I will introduce to you several recipes for replenishing blood and replenishing qi. Everyone can understand it, and they can also replenish their body, so that their body will be in great shape.

1. Mutton and carrot soup

Features: Light and nourishing, delicious taste.

Ingredients: 200 grams of mutton, 150 grams of carrots, 15 grams of green onions, 10 grams of ginger, 5 grams of cooking wine, 5 grams of salt, and 2 grams of sugar.


1. Wash the carrots and cut into pieces, wash the onions and ginger and cut them into green onions and ginger slices respectively.

2. Wash the mutton and cut it into small pieces, boil it in a hot water pot for about 5 minutes, take it out, wash it with warm water and drain;

3. Put the mutton cubes, green onion segments and ginger slices into a boiling water casserole, add rice wine and sugar, bring to a boil over high heat, then simmer over low heat for about 40 minutes.

4. Add carrot cubes and continue simmering for about half an hour;

5. Add salt according to personal taste before serving.

Nutritional tips: Mutton meat is tender and easy to digest. It has high protein content and low cholesterol content. It is low in fat content but high in phospholipids that are beneficial to the baby’s brain development. It is rich in trace elements such as zinc, selenium, and iron. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that mutton is warm in nature, replenishing qi and nourishing qi, warming and nourishing yin, so it is the first choice for winter tonic. Carrots are rich in fat-soluble vitamin A, and pairing with mutton can promote the absorption of vitamin A.

2. Features of Astragalus Stewed Chicken: Delicious flavor and rich nutrition.

Ingredients: 400 grams of black-bone chicken, 30 grams of dried mushrooms, 20 grams of red dates, 15 grams of green onions, 10 grams of ginger, 10 grams of wolfberry, 5 grams of astragalus, 5 grams of cooking wine, and 5 grams of salt.


1. Remove the internal organs, head and tail from the black-bone chicken and wash it;

2. Soak the dried mushrooms in clean water, and reserve the water used for soaking the mushrooms for later use;

3. Wash astragalus, red dates and wolfberry with clean water;

4. Put the black-bone chicken into the casserole, pour enough water at one time, bring to a boil over high heat and skim off the foam;

5. Add shiitake mushrooms, shiitake mushroom water, astragalus, red dates, wolfberry, ginger, green onions, and cooking wine to the pot. After boiling over high heat, reduce to low heat and simmer for about 1.5 hours;

6. Add salt according to personal taste before serving.

Nutritional tips: Not only is the meat of black-bone chicken relatively tender, but its protein, niacin, vitamin E, phosphorus, iron, potassium, and sodium contents are higher than those of ordinary chicken, while its cholesterol and fat content are lower, and it is rich in a variety of essential amino acids for the human body. And vitamins, it is a good product for both medicinal and food purposes. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that black-bone chicken is mild in nature and sweet in taste, nourishes yin and clears heat, replenishes qi and blood, and is very suitable for women. Astragalus is known as “the best of all qi-tonifying drugs”. It is warm in nature and sweet in taste. It has the effects of tonifying qi and strengthening the surface, diuresis and reducing swelling.

The mutton carrot soup and astragalus stewed chicken introduced to you above have very common raw materials, and the methods are relatively simple. If your friends are short of energy and blood, you can give it a try. The effect is very good, and it is very easy to make. Delicious, here, I hope my friends are full of energy and good health.

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