Chinese Food Reactivity #4: Chicken and Cauliflower

Welcome to the fourth article based on the Xiangsheng Xiangke food chart that I posted in the “Foods that React to Each other“. Today we continue to cover combinations of food that are naturally healthy on their own, but Chinese traditions (and TCM) suggest they react to each other in various ways. Let’s start with a meat and vegetable combination.

chicken-calli+ “Cauliflower has vitamins and minerals, and when eaten with chicken it can make stronger bones.  Combined they also improve the detoxing power of your liver and give your immune system a boost. With that you will fight colds much more easily.” Perhaps a little cauliflower in the traditional Chicken Noodle soup recipe would help.

honey-chives– Combining honey and Spring Onions can create “attract toxins”, “hurt your eyes”, and “in serious cases even lead to the loss of sight.” Yikes, this is a pretty bad combination!

Here’s a decent recipe for Stir-fry Cauliflower and Chicken at Nibbledish! Take a look:

Stir-fry Cauliflower and Chicken
Stir-fry Cauliflower and Chicken

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