These ingredients can be found in an Asian market for this fabulous sweet soup that is easy to make. White fungus, or Bao Mu Er, is traditionally used for sweet soups and desserts. It has no flavor but is deliciously crunchy and is good for the Lung. The rock candy benefits the Lung, Stomach, and Spleen, lotus seeds strengthen Spleen and Kidney function, and the Chinese red dates give this soup a sweet essence, good for digestion!

These ingredients can be found in an Asian market for this fabulous sweet soup that is easy to make. White fungus, or Bao Mu Er, is traditionally used for sweet soups and desserts. It has no flavor but is deliciously crunchy and is good for the Lung. The rock candy benefits the Lung, Stomach, and Spleen, lotus seeds strengthen Spleen and Kidney function, and the Chinese red dates give this soup a sweet essence, good for digestion!

Yields1 Serving
 4 cups of dried white fungus
 10-20 red dates
 1 cup of lotus seeds
 Rock candy
 6 cups of water
1

Wash the fungus thoroughly, soak in water for about ten minutes until reconstituted.

2

Place all the ingredients in a crock pot and cook on high heat for 4 hours.

3

Note: the longer you cook, the more gelatinous the soup gets.

CategoryCooking Method

Ingredients

 4 cups of dried white fungus
 10-20 red dates
 1 cup of lotus seeds
 Rock candy
 6 cups of water

Directions

1

Wash the fungus thoroughly, soak in water for about ten minutes until reconstituted.

2

Place all the ingredients in a crock pot and cook on high heat for 4 hours.

3

Note: the longer you cook, the more gelatinous the soup gets.

WHITE FUNGUS SOUP

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