Subcategory: Tones Yin
Pinyin: Bai Mu Er
Other names: Si Er, Yin Er
Description: White tremelle
- Nature: Balanced.
- Flavor: Sweet.
- Tropism: Lung, Stomach, Kidney.
- Toxicity: Non toxic.
- Nourishes Yin.
- Nourishes the stomach.
- Humidifies the Lung.
- Increases the secretion of saliva.
- Tones up the Qi
Super longevity food in China.
Also use as an internal beauty product, helps remove age spots, helps keep skin firm.
Ingredients (for 6-8 people):
3-4 dried white mushrooms, a ripe papaya, a can of coconut milk (250ml), honey.
1- Dip the white mushrooms in cold water a day in advance
2- Clean the mushrooms which have become very soft: remove the stalk which is relatively hard and yellow, separate them into small pieces.
3- Cook the mushrooms in a large saucepan with 1.5 water over high heat, bring to a boil, then lower the heat, cover the pan and simmer for about 1h30 to 2h. Watch the pan, as the water easily overflows. If the water evaporates too much, don't hesitate to add a glass.
4- Peel the papaya and remove the seeds, cut into cubes.
5- Add the coconut milk when the mushrooms are well cooked (melting in the mouth), the diced papaya and honey and turn off the heat.
6- Serve hot or let it cool and keep in the fridge to eat cold. This dessert heats up if you don't finish it all at once and keeps for 2-3 days in the fridge.
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