1. Watercress & chicken stir-fry | BBC Good Food

    Rating: 4.8 – ‎60 votes – ‎25 mins – ‎323 cal

    You won’t need packet sauces for Chinese meals, use this recipe from BBC Good Food.

  2. Tofu & Watercress | Easy Chinese Stir Fry Recipe – YouTube

    Apr 17, 2012 – Uploaded by VanessaFitnessTV

    Visit : http://www.vanessafitness.com This Chinese stir fry recipe is vegetarian but you can use chicken

  3. Wilted Watercress with Garlic Recipe | Epicurious.com

    Find the recipe for Wilted Watercress with Garlic and other garlic recipes at This tastes just like the garlic watercress dish you find in Chinese restaurants.

  4. Chinese Watercress Soup Recipe with Fish and Fresh Ginger


    Rating: 4 – ‎1 review – ‎20 mins

    Watercress Soup – This popular Chinese soup is loaded with nutritional benefits.

  5. Watercress with Rice Wine-Oyster Sauce Recipe | Eating Well

    Rating: 3 – ‎3 votes – ‎20 mins – ‎104 cal

    Traditional Chinese cooks love to stir-fry watercress year-round; use a salad spinner so the watercress is dry to the touch, or a stir-fry becomes a b.

  6. Watercress Soup Recipe – Noob Cook Recipes


    Very simple recipe for Chinese-style watercress soup cooked with pork bones, red dates and wolfberries.

  7. Chinese Watercress Recipes | Yummly


    Find Quick & Easy chinese watercress Recipes! Choose from over 47 chinese watercress recipes from sites like Epicurious and Allrecipes.

  8. Images for Watercress Chinese recipes

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  9. Chinese Pork And Watercress Soup Recipe – Food.com – 508607

    20 mins – ‎131.5 cal

    Oct 30, 2013 – 1001 Low Fat Recipes Serves 6. Soup Recipe. Lost? Site Map. http://www.food.com/recipe/chinese-pork-and-watercress-soup-508607 

  10. Chicken And Watercress Soup RecipeChinese.Food.com – 15612

    Rating: 4.5 – ‎3 reviews – ‎20 mins – ‎287.1 cal

    Dec 11, 2001 – Chinese believe that watercress are good for removing heatiness. If you are taking the soup for this purpose, do not add in the sesame oil.

  11. The Little Teochew: Singapore Home Cooking: Watercress Soup

    Sep 19, 2009 – 1 handful Chinese wolfberries – 3 large soup bowls of water (boiled till amount is reduced to about 2 large bowls) 1. Rinse watercress 


Watercress is a spring food that builds yin and blood. To assist blood flow eat plenty of leafy greens, Chinese red dates, beans, peanuts and a small amount of liver and red meat.

spring is the time for energy to float up and anything heavy, such as oil or rich foods, weigh us down and make it very difficult for the energy to move up. A simple diet of cooked vegetables, grains and legumes can assist to gradually clear these symptoms. Specific foods that will speed up the process include lemons, limes, turmeric, parsnips, radishes, linseed oil, chamomile tea and seaweed.

So what to eat in spring?

Foods that eliminate Wind getting the energy up and moving. They support Liver yin, calm Liver yang, remove heat and stagnation from the Liver and support the Spleen.

In general, foods that are good for spring are warm and ascending sweet foods. In early spring, try cabbage, sweet potato, carrot and beetroot. As the weather changes, move to mint, sweet rice, shitake mushrooms, peas, sunflower seeds, pine nuts and in late spring, cherries.

Mung beans, green peas and green beans are colour coordinated to enliven the spirit of spring. They also remove heat, which can be very beneficial for many people during spring.


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