I remember when I first came into contact with the word burdock, my first reaction was, what part of the cow? It’s not a part of a cow. It’s a plant. A bit like a reduced version of Huaishan, with a thick black skin, it’s very inconspicuous. It is such a plant, but it is a hidden natural “tonic”. Burdock contains many vitamins and minerals needed by human body, such as cellulose, protein, calcium, phosphorus and iron. The content of carotene is 150 times higher than that of carrot, and the content of protein and calcium is the first among rhizomes. Burdock contains a lot of cellulose, which can stimulate the peristalsis of large intestine, help defecate, reduce cholesterol, toxins and waste in the body. Burdock has a special ingredient called “inulin”, which can promote the secretion of hormones. It can help the body develop muscles and bones and enhance physical strength.

Ingredients

1 burdock
2 snow ears
1 carrot
1 chicken
3 figs
Proper amount of salt
2 slices of ginger

Directions

Step 1
Preparation of materials

Step 2
Scrape off the burdock skin

Step 3
Cut burdock and carrot into thick slices

Step 4
After boiling the water in the pot, add chicken pieces, blanch them and fish them in the water

Step 5
Soak the snow fungus a few hours in advance, remove the pedicle and cut it into blocks

Step 6
Add water and chicken nuggets to the earthen pot

Step 7
Add snow fungus, carrot, burdock, fig and ginger

Step 8
Boil over high heat and turn to low heat for 1.5 hours. Finally, add salt to taste