Wolf berry leaves soup

October 24, 2013 at 4:13 am | Posted in Asian foods, food, Uncatogorized | Leave a comment


Wolfberry also known as Goji berry. In Chinese medicine, goji berry is known to have neutral properties nourishing the kidney, and believed to have the ability to reduce high blood sugar and improve eyesight. The fruit is often used in Chinese medicine for those with diabetes and vision-related diseases such as glaucoma.

These are Wolfberry leaves. Wolfberry plant is a small, slender, native shrub that grows to be 3-7 feet tall.

To prepare wolfberry soup

Chicken bones and carrot were used as soup base. Boil for about 45 minutes. Then add in wolfberries and its leaves. Boil for another 5 minutes or until the leaves are soft.

This is my family super soup. My children love the sweetish flavour of the soup. You can break an egg in the soup just before serving.

Have a Lovely DIY day.



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