Recipes for day 1 China

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Breakfast

Congee with red dates and chestnut, Cucumber in sauce, Sesame-seed cakes

Lunch

Fried minced chicken in broad bean paste with lettuce, Mutton radish soup, Hodgepodge tofu

Dinner

Chicken fillet with pepper combo, Sweat broad pea with garlic, Wheat stark dumpling filled with meat and Chinese cabbage

Total nutritious for the day

(1 portion for each meal – calculated for a 70-kg person):

Energy (kcal)

2,000

Protein (g) A

39,6

Carbo­hydrates (g)

310

Fat (g)

71

Phos­phate (mg)

632

Sodium (mg)

586

Potassium (mg) B

1,307

  • Please note that the minimum protein content is not met. Please ask your physician regarding a suitable therapeutic intervention
  • Caution if you have to restrict your daily potassium intake!

Breakfast

Congee with red dates and chestnut, Cucumber in sauce,Sesame-seed cakes

Total nutritions for the recipe
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Energy (kcal)

365

Protein (g) A

7,8

Phos­phate (mg)

126

Sodium (mg)

38

Potassium (mg)

207

  • Please note that the minimum protein content is not met. Please ask your physician regarding a suitable therapeutic intervention
Ingredients
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Congee with red dates and chestnut
Chestnuts, cooked
20 g
Red dates
10 g
Rice
25 g
Cucumber in sauce
Cucumbers, fresh
100 g
Sesame oil
5 ml
Sesame-seed cakes
Sesame-seed cakes
50 g

Lunch

Fried minced chicken in broad bean paste with lettuce, Mutton radish soup

Total nutritions for the recipe
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Energy (kcal)

901

Protein (g) A

22,2

Phos­phate (mg)

355

Sodium (mg)

452

Potassium (mg)

751

  • Please note that the minimum protein content is not met. Please ask your physician regarding a suitable therapeutic intervention
Ingredients
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Fried minced chicken in broad bean paste with lettuce Mutton radish soup
Lettuce, fresh
200 g
Chicken breast
45 g
Red pepper, fresh
100 g
Broad bean paste
5 g
Scallions, fresh
3 g
Oil
15 ml
Salt and monosodium glutamate
½ g
Starch dissolved in water
10 g
Mutton
5 g
Radishes, fresh
50 g
Salt
¼ g (1 pinch)
Chicken powder
¼ g (1 pinch)
Sesame oil
1 ml
Coriander
¼ g (1 pinch)
Cucumbers, fresh
100 g
Sesame oil
5 ml
Hodgepodge tofu
Tofu
200 g
Black mushrooms, fresh
45 g
Bamboo shoots, fresh
100 g
Broad bean paste
5 g
Dried shrimps
3 g
Oil
13 ml
Sesame oil
1 ml
Salt and monosodium glutamate
½ g
Starch dissolved in water
10 g
Cooking Instructions
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Fried minced chicken in broad bean paste with lettuce

Clean the lettuce. Dice the chicken breast, dice the red pepper and chop the scallion. Fry the diced chicken. Put the chopped scallion in the pot fi rst and then the broad bean paste, fry for a while then add salt and monosodium glutamate, diced chicken and red pepper. Dissolve some starch in water and add to the dish before turn off the heat.

Mutton radish soup

Wash and trim the meat. Boil in water till the froth appears of top. Skim froth and add the sliced radish, salt, chicken powder, sesame oil and coriander and slow boil for several hours until meat is tender.

Hodgepodge tofu

Cut the tofu into triangle-shape cubes and fry them, chop the black mushroom and bamboo shoots into slices. Prepare a pot with water, put the fried tofu, black mushroom, bamboo shoots, dried shrimps, salt and monosodium glutamate into the pot and cook for 5 minutes, then add the starch dissolved in some water and sesame oil.

Dinner

Chicken fi llet with pepper combo, Sweat broad pea with garlic, Wheat stark dumpling fi lled with meat and Chinese cabbage

Total nutritions for the recipe
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Energy (kcal)

734

Protein (g) A

9,6

Phos­phate (mg)

152

Sodium (mg)

96

Potassium (mg)

349

  • Please note that the minimum protein content is not met. Please ask your physician regarding a suitable therapeutic intervention
Ingredients
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Chicken filet with pepper combo
Chicken fillet
100 g
Pepper, fresh
10 g
Oil
8 ml
Scallions
20 g
Ginger
¼ g (1 pinch)
Salt and monosodium glutamate
¼ g (1 pinch)
Starch dissolved in water (optional)
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Sweat broad pea with garlic
Sweat broad peas, fresh
100 g
Oil
8 ml
Garlic
5 g
Salt and monosodium glutamate
¼ g (1 pinch)
Sesame oil
1 ml
Wheat stark dumpling filled with meat and Chinese cabbage (Dumpling)
Wheat starch
112 g (1 cup)
Salt
¼ g (1 pinch)
Boiling water
240 ml (1 cup)
Wheat stark dumpling fi lled with meat and Chinese cabbage (Filling)
Meat
20 g
Sesame oil
5 ml
Chinese cabbage, fresh
100 g
Scallions
20 g
Ginger
¼ g (1 pinch)
Ground pepper
2 g
Water
5 ml
Salt and monosodium glutamate
¼ g (1 pinch)
Cooking Instructions
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Chicken fillet with pepper combo

Cut chicken fi llet into 1-inch squares. Clean pepper, cut into 1-inch chunks. Slice scallions and ginger very thinly. In a wok or large frying pan, heat the oil, until it begins to smoke. Add chicken and stir until it is medium cooked, about 3 minutes. Remove chicken out of the frying pan. Stir-fry the scallions and the pepper, until onions become slightly transparent. Return chicken and stir-fry for a further minute. Use salt and ginger to season. Sprinkle with hot sesame oil.

Sweat broad pea with garlic

Wash the peas. Heat the oil and add chopped garlic. Once fragrant, add the vegetable for a quick fry. Season it with salt and monosodium glutamate to taste and remove from heat immediately. Sprinkle with sesame hot oil.

Wheat stark dumpling filled with meat and Chinese cabbage

For preparing the dough, combine the wheat starch and the salt. Gradually add the boiling water, whilst stirring. Work the dough until it is smooth. For the fi lling, mince the meat fi nely. Clean chop the cabbage fi nely, add a little salt and squeeze out the liquid. Mix all the fi lling ingredients together. Put into the refrigerator whilst preparing the dough. To prepare the wrappers: Lay a large section of wax paper on the table. Take a heaped teaspoon of dough, roll into a ball and fl atten. Lay the dough out on the wax paper and roll out until it is approximately three inches in diameter. Take a level teaspoon of fi lling and place it in the middle of the wrapper, spreading it out so that it is not too thick in the middle. Fold the wrapper over the fi lling. Pleat the edges to seal. Steam the dumplings over boiling water until they are transparent.