Eating well winter lamb (or grass fed beef)stew soup with lotus root, potatoes and carrots! Yam! 😋
Lamb is a “yang” and a “multivitamins” food, that specially good for the winter season. It’s warm and super nutritious with good source of stuff like vitamin B, zinc, iron, and selenium.
The lamb soup is good for your body as it contains the nutrients and vitamins, minerals which are required for boosting the immunity system. Your bones also get strengthened if you consume this soup on the regular basis. The rich multivitamin B complex helps our nervous system to function better according to Dr. Axe.
This healing winter lamb soup is very nourishing especially paired with lotus roots! Lotus root is known as “yin” food that balances with “yang” food lamb. Lotus root may help strengthen the lung energy. It is said to dissolve and eliminate excess mucus.
Winter is a cough season, I see more people coughing these days! Protecting your health and lungs with regular nourishing routine has become essential...
Daikon or radish is another perfect option to pair with lamb if you find lotus roots from your local store. Radish and daikon are both “yin” Foods too that we have covered in past posts or search vitaclay daikon keywords...
2-3 lbs lamb or bones or not, in large chunks
2-3 cups lotus root, in large chunks
3 medium potatoes
1 onion, chopped
1 tablespoon ginger
2-3 cloves of garlic
2 medium carrots, cut in chunks
2 cups chicken broth
2-3 tablespoons cooking wine
2-3 tablespoons olive oil
2 star anises
Salt pepper to taste
Directions: 1. Add oil in a sauce pan over a medium high heat stove. 2. Sauté onion for a few minutes. Sear your lamb meat. Transfer to your vitaclaypot. 3. Add the rest of ingredients in your vitaclay pot. Set on stew for 2 hours. 4. Season with salt and pepper to taste.