We have an unwritten approach here, that is, people will stew pigeon soup to maintain their body after being injured or undergoing surgery. It is said that the wound can be cured quickly, and it will not itch and scar. Of course, this statement may be exaggerated, but the pigeon soup is indeed rich in nutrients, which can enhance physical fitness, increase skin elasticity, and improve blood circulation. Although the price of pigeons is slightly higher, you can buy a chicken for the price of a pigeon, but since the nutrition is so good and the benefits are so many, today I will stew pigeon soup for my children. I always heard the elderly say that after the injury, you can’t eat onions, ginger, soy sauce and other condiments, so the simplest method will also stew fragrant and delicious soup.
How to make pigeon soup
In fact, it is a cruel process to see the pigeons slaughtered, because the pigeons are directly drowned in the water, which is the biological chain of all things in the world. The pigeons bought back were washed and chopped into large pieces.
Put it directly into the casserole.
Add enough water to ensure that no more water is added in the middle.
Put the casserole on the gas, cook over medium heat, turn to low heat and simmer for about an hour.
Stew until the meat of the pigeons is cooked through. Season with a little salt. The salt will be less and the taste will be more delicious.