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  • China,  Dairy,  Recipes,  Soups

    Buddha’s Rice Soup (“Buddha jumps over a wall”)

    emointhekitchen “Buddha jumps over a wall” is a dish that dates back several centuries to the Qing Dynasty. The origin of the name is said to be: “Even a monk jumps over the temple wall because of the delicious smell.” When you smell this scent, even a monk (or a Buddha image that should not move), is required by law to eat only vegetarian food. The scent spread to an adjacent Buddhist monastery, where the monks meditated. Although the monks may not eat vegetarian food, one of the monks is tempted to jump over the wall. The food name is an allusion to the dish’s ability to entice the vegetarian…

  • Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Summer

    Trout with steamed vegetables and coloured rice

    emointhekitchen Trout as a predatory freshwater fish is also suitable in summer. The warm weather “steals” qi from us, and if fatigue is combined with anorexia and weakened digestion, it is just easily digestible white meat suitable for strengthening the energy of the centre. Of course, it also depends on the appropriate preparation in steam or quick treatment of skinless flights using delicate vegetables and herbs. For healthy individuals, trout beautifully balances side dishes of raw salads, which you use with caution. We need: fresh trout, lemon, Rosemary, salt, carrots, zucchini, leeks, onions, coloured rice, coriander stem, cumin, oil, butter. Procedure: You fly the cooked trout, you can use the…