Searched the kitchen again, without the combination of day lily yam, in fact, "healing Pinggan yellow cauliflower, spleen and kidney count yam." Day lily yam soup can lower blood pressure and prevent intestinal cancer.
Dry daylily soak in warm water for 30 minutes, clean and squeeze out the water for use;
Wash the yam and scrape the skin. Cut the yam into pieces;
Wash the bones or ribs or spine clean, cold water pot, boil the bleeding foam, turn off the fire, and then wash the blood foam with hot water;
Discharge the bones, yam, day lily, ginger, and onion into a pressure cooker. Pour the hot water according to the amount of soup needed. Press “Old Fire Soup”, select the pressure “1”, press to start, wait for the soup. Put out the soup and put the salt.
The daylily uses dried dried vegetables, and the color is dark yellow. The yellowish cauliflower on both ends is naturally unadded. Because I don't like to stew the ingredients too badly, I choose the pressure "1" for the electric pressure cooker soup. The soup that comes out of the heat is similar to the soup cooked in the casserole. The ingredients are soft and the soup is sweet.