Papaya Soup Recipe | Herbal Goodness

January 28, 2013 0 Comments

Papaya Soup Recipe | Herbal Goodness

Papaya Soup 

Fresh Fish With GREEN PAPAYA SOUP (2 servings)

Ingredients:

  • 7 oz of fish of your choice – Cod, Halibut, White Tuna, Flounder (make it vegan with chickpea and seaweed)
  • 4-5 slice of fresh ginger
  • 3 slices Astragalus root
  • 3-4 Black Dates or any dates you can find
  • ¼ of green papaya (peeled and seeded), or at least the least ripe you can find
  • 4 Cups of water or vegetable broth
Instructions:
  1. Prepare the double boiler. Bring the water to boil. Add in all ingredients into the inset of the double boiler and cook on low heat for 1½ – 2 hours. Low heat allows all the nutrients to stay intact.

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