This is a chicken ginseng soup with the gentle taste of Shinshu, using Nagano Prefecture's specially cultivated "Mochihikari" rice and ginseng – a specialty of Ueda City ,Nagano, Japan.
Made with Ginseng from Shinshu, Japan.
Ginseng produced in Nagano Prefecture has a long history of being exported to China and other countries, where its quality has been highly evaluated and is still one of the hidden specialties of Nagano Prefecture. In the producing areas, it is popularly eaten as tempura and other dishes on a daily basis.
This soup is developed so that people living alone or two, which is common in urban areas, can enjoy simple, tasty, and healthy meals. You can easily enjoy authentic chicken ginseng soup in a single pot.
The packaging is suitable as a gift, and the product description in English is also included.
Add 800 ml of water and then put the contents of the bag into a pot, add 200 g of chicken meat, and simmer for about 30 minutes. It is also delicious with green onions, etc. added to the taste. Please add your own seasoning such as saltiness.
※ You will have to prepare the chicken, condiments, and seasonings such as green onions.
|Ingredients||Japan glutinous rice, jujubes, ginseng, natural flavor (Astragalus propininus), wolfberries, pine nuts, chestnuts, sesame seeds (contains some sesame seeds).|
|Size||17cm x 11cm x 3cm|
＜Background of this product＞
This product is developed with the desire to make working people's meals healthier and richer. Inspired by the desire to have a nutritious meal just waiting for them when they come home after a long day at work, the product led to the easy-to-make Chicken Ginseng Soup Kit, which uses ginseng grown in Nagano Prefecture.
The recipe is simple to make, but does not compromise on taste, and uses the same five ingredients as the authentic recipe: ginseng, jujube, wolfberry, pine nuts, and Astragalus propininus. We have received comments such as, ""It is easy to make and tastes great,"" and ""I am glad it has a gentle taste that even children can enjoy"".
This is the recipe that led to the birth of Atelier Delica. Please have a try!