Just see the fresh Agaricus blazei and the abalone specials, the chicken is used for stealing, and all the remaining skin and fat are cleaned, so the soup is refreshing and the taste is sweet.
Fresh Agaricus blazei is gently brushed with a brush to clean the surface of the soil, half cut; if you use dry Agaricus blazei, at least half an hour before the hair, I am generally used to foam for more than two hours.
The abalone is cleaned and the shell is cleaned. The chicken rack removes the skin, the chicken head is removed (no one eats in my house), the fat and lymph on the neck are especially cleaned, and the oil is good to make a pot of refreshing soup.
Wash the small turmeric and put it into the stockpot together with all the above materials. Boil the cold water and simmer for 1 to 1.5 hours. Add salt and ok.
The chicken rack has been peeled and oiled, and it is fresh. There is no need to do the drowning step.