Soothing seaweed soup with dried pollack ideal for cancer patients
Rich in vitamins and minerals, seaweeds are familiar companions to cancer patients’ diet. The abundance of fiber also makes the ingredient especially useful in curing diarrhea, one of the most common side effects of cancer.
Ingredients (2 servings)
Rice 200g, dried seaweed 5g, bean sprout 20g, dried pallock 200g, sesame oil, a little salt,
pollack stock( whole pollack 6g, onion 60g, green onion 10g, dried red pepper 10g, dried kelp 2g, white radish 40g,
water, moderate amount)
1. Cook the rice after soaking it in the water and make parched rice.
2. Boil pollack stock putting in the ingredients all together.
3. Soak the dried seaweed and make cuts several times.
4. Wash the bean sprouts thoroughly.
5. Stir -fry dried pollack, seaweed, bean sprout with sesame oil. Add pollack stock and boil hard.
Put in parched rice and boil one more time.
6. Season with salt.
Dried pollack can be softened by simply soaking it into water for 5 minutes. As for whole pollack, however, it is necessary to beat and wrap the ingredient with wet cloth and suppress it with heavy chopping board until it truly gets softened.
This is an excerpt from “Must-Have Recipes to Fight Cancer” by Yonsei Cancer Center, CJ Freshway and Severance Hospital Nutrition Team published by Samho Media.