FISH WITH CORDYCEPS AND CHI­NESE WOLF­BER­RIES

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Weeknight Eats -

Fish is one in­gre­di­ent that does not fea­ture fre­quently in Chi­nese herbal cook­ing but is, nev­er­the­less, touted as be­ing ben­e­fi­cial to liver and kid­ney func­tions when com­bined with cordyceps. Chi­nese wolf­ber­ries are known for their ef­fi­cacy in im­prov­ing eye­sight. The best kinds of fish to use are those species that have firm, rel­a­tively bone­less meat. Garoupa and threadfin are rec­om­mended for this hearty soup.

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