Tianlvxiang, also known as tianlvxiang, Nanyang cuisine, Shucai, shuzai cuisine, Vietnamese cuisine, shougongmu, Thai wolfberry and slimming cuisine, is a wild evergreen shrub and perennial ornamental wild vegetable. It has high nutrition and unique medicinal value. It is mainly produced in Nanyang islands and Southeast Asia. It is cultivated in Hainan, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Yunnan, Fujian, Sichuan and other places in China. It is also wild. Every 100 grams of tianlvxiang can provide vitamins needed by human body for one day; It is also rich in radish, various plant proteins, mineral elements and 8 kinds of amino acids necessary for human body. It has the functions of anti-cancer and fitness, clearing away heat and toxin, reducing blood pressure and lipid, removing greasiness and sobering up, and regulating human physiological function. Tianlvxiang has thick branches and tender leaves, strong wild flavor, green color and crisp taste. It can be used to cook soup, salad, hot pot and wild vegetable porridge. Although tianlvxiang is rich in nutritional value and widely planted, its toxic effect can not be ignored, especially the enrichment of metal may lead to excessive metal content. If it is consumed in large quantities for a long time, it may cause chronic toxicity and certain clinical symptoms. Experts say that it is only possible to say that a certain food can cause cancer, because in daily life, as long as you don’t eat it every day, eat it in large quantities, and don’t eat it raw, you don’t have to worry about its harm.


200g saplings
1 spicy millet
Three garlic
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon vinegar
2 teaspoons soy sauce
Proper amount of oil


Step 1
Wash and drain the vegetables, shred the spicy millet and mince the garlic.

Step 2
Mix sugar, soy sauce and vinegar well.

Step 3
Bring the water to a boil in a pan. Add the saplings and cook over high heat for three minutes.

Step 4
Remove and cool in ice water.

Step 5
Drain the overcooled vegetables and put them on the plate.

Step 6
Pour in the sauce.

Step 7
Sprinkle with spicy millet.

Step 8
Heat the oil in the pan, add the minced garlic and saute until slightly yellow. Finally, drizzle with the saplings.