Winter in Guangdong is cold and wet. If you stay in house for a while, you will feel cool air coming from your toes and you will shiver from cold. Therefore, Cantonese people often boil cold soup to keep warm. This red date chrysanthemum barley tea is one of Cantonese soups to ward off colds. It contains soluble dietary fiber, which can lower blood cholesterol, as well as remove water and diuresis to stimulate bowel movements. Malt also contains "digestive enzymes" and vitamins, etc., which is suitable for children and elderly with poor appetite caused by weak stomach after illness. . Тело, более 19 видов аминокислот, богатых различными витаминами и 不 饱 和 、 蛋白质 和 纤维 纤维 ， 它 增进 食欲 ， 暖肠胃 ， 广东 人 平时 把 它 当 茶 喝 ， 坐 月子 时候 时候 还 还 茶 喝 ， 坐 的 时候 的时候 的会特意用来当水喝。 适合Suitable for:All people, especially elderly, young children and pregnant women.Ingredients: 30g red dates, 50g wheat. , 5 grams of chrysanthemums
Get all your materials ready.
Wheat is collected from garbage, washed with clean water and dried in sun.
Wash red dates and remove the pits.
Wash chrysanthemum with water.
Toast dried wheat in a dry pan until it turns yellowish brown, and when you smell faint aroma of wheat, turn off heat and let it cool.
Pour water into a saucepan, add roasted wheat and bring to a boil over medium heat.
Add red dates.
Add chrysanthemum, cover pot, bring to a boil over medium heat, then reduce the heat to low and simmer for about 10 minutes.
Roasted tea with red dates and chrysanthemums is ready.
Take a sip to warm your body, stomach and heart.
This winter won't be too cold with it.
Fried fragrant wheat.