Sister E cooks this for her family very often. She usually cooks a big pot and they drink it as drinking water.
This is very similar to what I've cooked before, the savoury version (but still sweet), minus the meat.
DD3 kept pointing to the pot and said something I couldn't understand. After some serious conversation, I finally understood what she said. She had wanted me to take a picture of her pointing at the pot.
I cooked this with lesser water as I wanted it to be consumed as a soup instead of a drink.
Ingredients2 red delicious/gala apples (don't use China Fuji apples)
2 green apples
30g apricot kernels/chinese almonds (南北杏) *8 - 10 dried figs (无花果)
1.5 litre water
* I bought the premix pack, if you are mixing on your own, use 2 南杏 : 1 北杏
- Core apples, cut into wedges.
- Rinse chinese almonds and dried figs.
- Bring water to boil and add all ingredients. Using medium fire, bring water to boil again, reduce to small flame and simmer for 2 hours. Serve.
I usually add apples to carrots to make juice. Never thought of cooking it to make drink. This looks delicious. Would love to try Thanks very much for sharing.
This is definitely a healthy drink, good for body. I must bookmarked this as I never boil apple drink before.
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Oh, very interesting. What are the benefits of this drink? Any special functions?
very cute pointing photo!
Great recipe- I need to try this!
Your DD3 is so cute! I think she's a creative child...Usually kids would just want their pictures with their faces taken, she wants one of her pointing at the pot instead. :)
DD3 is so artistic. That was a very cool pic!
My mum makes this drink for me all the time...she adds dried chinese orange peels too!
Really enjoying your blog - esp the matcha related posts and those agar agar posts!
My kids like apples and carrot juice too :)
If you cook this, let me know if you like it.
Thanks for dropping by again.
Apple for fiber and vitamins C.
Apricot kernels believe to benefit lungs so is a good cough remedy.
peachkins and Ronni,
Thanks for dropping by.
Adding dried orange peel is a great idea, thanks for sharing. And thanks for breaking your silence, glad to know that you enjoy reading my blog :)
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