Wolfberry, (other names like Chinese Wolfberry, Goqi ) a Powerful Antioxidant, has been highly regarded as one of the foremost nutritional and therapeutic plants in China. It can be used to nourish a weak body, improve vision, and promote longevity. Chinese Wolfberry contains compounds known as "lycium polysaccharides", which is highly effective in promoting immunity. TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine) uses Chinese Wolfberry to treat diabetes, hypertension, fever, malaria, and cancer. It's also used for improving circulation, erectile dysfunction, dizziness, an eye tonic for blurred vision and tinnitus.
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- 250 g Asparagusangiesrecipes
- 1 tbsp Corn oil
- 200 g Stock
- 1/2 tbsp Chinese wolfberriesangiesrecipes
- 3 slice Ginger root
- 1/2 stalk Spring onion
- 1 clove Garlic
- 1/3 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tbsp Cornstarch
- 1/2 tbsp Water
- Peel the rough skin off the asparagus and trim them into even stalks. Rinse and put them in a pot of salted boiling water. Blanch briefly and remove. Slice the ginger, onion and garlic. Clean the Chinese wolfberries with water. Drain.
- Heat the corn oil in a skillet until hot. Add in sliced ginger, onion and garlic, stirring until aromatic, and pour in the stock. Bring it to a boil. Put the asparagus into the stock, and season it with the salt.
- Transfer the asparagus into a serving dish, discard the ginger, onion and garlic. Add in Chinese wolfberries and let cook briefly. Dissolve the cornstarch in water and drizzle into the soup. Cook on strong heat until it thickens. Pour over the asparagus and serve immediately.