Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng

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Winter tonic is the best season to eat ginseng. American ginseng has a thick, not hot, nourishing but not greasy taste. It has the functions of nourishing lung qi, replenishing lung yin, clearing deficiency fire, promoting body fluid, quenching thirst, and improving immunity. American ginseng has mild medicinal properties and is suitable for tonic in four seasons. It is helpful for people who lack sleep, tonic but not dry; it also has the effects of lowering blood sugar, anti-fatigue, anti-aging, prolonging life, beauty and beauty. In addition, it has the effect of regulating blood sugar for diabetic patients.
Peanuts, as one of the favorite traditional foods of the common people, have had the reputation of "longevity fruit" since ancient times. The folk proverb says: "Eat peanuts often can keep good health." Research has found that it has certain medicinal value and health care functions. Peanuts have high nutritional value. They can promote the growth and development of the human body, promote cell development, improve intelligence, moisten the lungs and relieve cough, coagulate and stop bleeding. It also has the effects of reducing cholesterol, delaying human aging, preventing tumors, and preventing coronary heart disease.
Pork provides humans with high-quality protein and essential fatty acids. Pork can improve iron deficiency anemia. Pork has the effects of moisturizing the intestines and stomach, promoting body fluid, invigorating kidney qi, and detoxifying heat.
Lycium barbarum has the effects of nourishing the kidney and essence, nourishing the liver and improving eyesight, replenishing blood and soothing the nerves, promoting body fluid and quenching thirst, moistening the lungs and relieving cough.

This dish has a significant health preservation effect for people in sub-health conditions, and is suitable for long-term diet therapy. The taste is more special. I was obsessed with it after eating it once. Not only did it keep the original sweetness of the ribs, it also had the unique bitter aroma of American ginseng, and the soft and waxy peanuts gave it a unique flavor.

1. People who have oral ulcers, often feel dry mouth, warm palms and feet, should not eat American ginseng. If you have sores in your mouth and tongue, sore throat and other symptoms after consuming ginseng, you can eat some raw materials to relieve it.
2. It is not advisable to eat radish during the period of taking, because radish is broken gas, and American ginseng is qi, eating radish will reduce the nourishing effect of American ginseng; it is not suitable to drink with tea, because tea contains tannic acid, which can be the active ingredient of American ginseng Combine, make its absorption drop.
3. Patients with gout, cholecystectomy, gastric ulcer, chronic gastritis, chronic enteritis, diabetes, hyperlipoproteinemia, indigestion, bruises and bruises should not eat peanuts. "


Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng

1. Prepare crispy ribs, American ginseng slices, peanuts, and wolfberry.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

2. Rinse the crispy ribs slowly with running water, cut one piece in half, then drain the crispy bones into clean water and soak for 30 minutes. Turn a few times in the middle to soak the blood in the crispy ribs, rinse and drain the water for later use.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

3. The peanuts are soaked overnight, and the American ginseng slices and wolfberry are washed to remove the dust on the surface and prepared.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

4. Dispose the crispy bones into a bowl, add shredded ginger, huadiao wine, soy sauce, salt, sugar, sesame oil, marinate for 20 minutes, turn a few times in the middle to make the ribs more delicious.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

5. Prepare a deep bowl, add peanuts, marinated crispy ribs and American ginseng and mix well.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

6. Put the right amount of water in the steamer, then place the deep bowl on the steaming rack, cover and steam for 50 minutes.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

7. Then sprinkle in wolfberry.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe

8. Cover the lid and steam for another 10 minutes.

Steamed Peanut Ribs with American Ginseng recipe


1. The crispy ribs should be soaked in clean water first, soak the blood in the crispy ribs, and the steamed ones will taste more fragrant.

2. When marinating crispy ribs, turn it a few times in the middle to make it easier to taste.

3. Peanuts must be soaked well in advance to be easy to steam.

4. If the steaming process is replaced with a pressure cooker, the time can be shortened to about 30 minutes.

5. Only when American ginseng is steamed and stewed in water can it exert a better effect.

6. American ginseng should not be consumed too much, preferably not more than 10 grams per day.


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