Chinese Chicken Soup For The Flu
This video recipe was shot about a month ago, when my wife and I had colds. This is Michele's surefire cure to the common cold, and she likes to make it as soon as the first symptoms appear. You may have heard about the restaurants in China that are sort of like food clinics, and you order according to your symptoms. Various herbs and spices are combined to cure what ails you, and while there is no scientific proof that these dishes cure anything, as the old saying goes, "they can't hurt." You'll notice the obvious lack of a voice-over in this video. I just wasn't feeling up to it at the time and figured I would go back and do one later. But, after watching it, and the cold-related production value, I decided to keep it in its original form. This "medicine" is great spiked with hot sauce to really clear the head, and using fresh ginger is also a must, as the dried stuff will not provide the same fabulous fumes. Enjoy!
IngredientsFor recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.
For recipe directions, please refer to the video.
Preparation Time:10 Minutes
Cook Time:65 Minutes
Ready In:75 Minutes
If you have the flu, this Chinese style chicken soup is just the thing for you. It is a surefire cure to the common cold. The broth with hot sauce, fresh ginger and veggies is therapeutic and instantly makes you feel better.