Why these 7 fruits cooked and eaten, better than medicine for beauty and health

Usually we eat fruit, like to eat raw, but the following 7 kinds of fruit, can also be cooked to eat, not only good taste, and have medicinal effect, which can save a lot of money for the family!

Steamed apples

Apples are rich in pectin. Unheated pectin relieves constipation, while heated pectin not only absorbs bacteria and toxins, but also stops diarrhea.

Ingredients: 1 apple, a pinch of cane sugar

Practice:

1. wash the apple, cut it into small pieces with the skin still on, and carefully remove the core. 2.

In a small bowl, combine the apple and the icing sugar (you can add the icing sugar or not, to taste).

3. steam over high heat for 5 minutes and allow to cool slightly before eating.

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Steamed Red jujube

Red Jujubes nourish the blood and nourish the face, but the jujube skin is hard and people with a weak spleen or stomach may experience bloating when eating them. Steamed dried dates are sweet, soft and easily digested.

Ingredients: Dried dates, a little sugar

Practice:

1. Wash dried dates and put them in a steamer.

2. Continue steaming for 20 minutes and serve when slightly cooled.

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Steamed bananas

Bananas cool the body and moisten the intestines, so do not eat them raw if you are weak. Grilled bananas, with their coldness eliminated, can activate the central nervous system and replenish qi, and can be eaten by those who are sensitive to cold.

Ingredients: 1 banana, a little honey, a little oil

Practice:

1. peel the banana and place on a plate. 2.

Heat cold oil in a frying pan. When the oil is hot, add the banana and cook until golden brown on both sides.

Boiled lychee

Lychees are sweet and delicious, but they are easy to anger. However, boiling sugar water with lychee is sweet and tasty, and also removes fire and dryness.

Ingredients: 300 g lychee, a few red dates, a little bit of icing sugar

Practice:

1. peel the lychee, remove the core, rinse, drain and soak in salted water for 5 minutes.

2. Bring an appropriate amount of water to a boil in a saucepan, and add lychee, dates, and icing sugar.

3. boil until lychees float to the surface and place in a bowl.

4. when the sugar water is cool, refrigerate for 2 hours.

Boiled Pears

Pears are fresh, sweet and juicy. Cooked pears can moisten the lungs, soothe coughs, relieve fever, and protect the throat. It is a classic cookable fruit. Ingredients: 1 Sydney, 15 g tremella, a little wolfberry, 50 g icing sugar.

Practice:

1. soak the white mushrooms in warm water for 15 minutes, tear into small pieces, peel the pear, remove the core and cut into strips. 2.

Put the shirotake mushrooms and Sydney in a pot, pour in about 1000 ml of cold water, bring to a boil over high heat, and simmer over low heat for 30 minutes.

3. add the icesugar, heat until the icesugar is completely dissolved, add a few wolfberries, very sweet!

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Boiled peaches

Cooking peaches breaks down the fiber, making them easier to digest, and rehydrates and rehydrates them.

Ingredients: 400 g fresh yellow peaches, 70 g icing sugar

Practice: 1.

1. wash peaches, remove skin and core, and cut into small pieces.

2. Bring 1500 ml of water to a boil in a saucepan. Add peach cubes and iced sugar.

3. Bring to a boil over high heat, reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes, then transfer to a bowl.

4. when cool, refrigerate overnight to enhance the sweetness.

Hawthorn stew

Hawthorn contains high levels of organic and fruit acids, which can irritate the stomach when eaten raw. Steamed hawthorn also helps to activate the spleen and the appetizer, invigorate blood circulation, eliminate phlegm, absorb fat, and reduce weight.

Ingredients: 300 g hawthorn, 100 g icing sugar

Practice: 1. Wash hawthorn and use chopsticks or a pen cap to poke out the core and stem through the middle of the hawthorn.

2. fill a pot with appropriate amount of water and add hawthorn and cane sugar. If you have a casserole at home, use the casserole.

3. bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer for about 20 minutes, until hawthorn is soft and chewy and soup is thick and red.

4. when completely cooled, add honey and refrigerate for a while to mellow the sweet and sour taste.

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Post time: Aug-30-2022