December 14, 2020
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Dos and don’ts when having chicken hotpot
Chicken hotpot has recently become a trend, as diners could enjoy the well-seasoned hotpot first, followed by the complementary soup. It consists of chicken, ginger, shallot, onion, garlic, red onion and coriander. A mixture of sauces is added to these ingredients, which are then stir fried accordingly.
From the perspective of Chinese Medicine, chicken is warm in nature, can nourish the qi and the blood as well as warm the stomach; is suitable for individuals with asthenic qi and blood, and those with yang and cold deficiency problems. People with these conditions normally exhibit symptoms such as pale complexion, dizziness, shortness of breath and dry skin.
Apart from chicken, the ingredients in the hotpot are also warm in nature. It would be like adding fuel to the fire for individuals with a damp-heat or yin-deficient body conditions, or people who are prone to heat related symptoms, if they consume it. It will also aggravate conditions such as dry mouth and mouth with a bitter aftertaste, acne, unpleasant body odor and constipation.
Though chicken hotpot is suitable for individuals who are weak in the qi and blood, avoid using the soup in the hotpot to blanch vegetables because the soup is extremely oily, and will be absorbed by the vegetables. Eating some fruits and vegetables only after you have had your chicken hotpot would be a better option.
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