Swallow Bird’s Nest Soup Recipe

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According to traditional Chinese Medicine, swallow bird’s nest has anti-aging effects and promotes tissue regeneration. It’s super-rich in protein, amino acids, and minerals that help to nourish yin and implement qi. This has been an Asian beauty secret for over a thousand years.

The conventional swallow bird’s nest needs many hours to prepare and cook. Simply Swift uses high-pressure flash steaming technology, so it can be cook in just 15 minutes on a stovetop or 4 minutes in a microwave! On top of that, Simply Swift is 100% all-natural, and are higher quality than AAA. It’s harvested from Indonesia and processed in California.

Swallow Bird’s Nest Soup Recipe

Cook time: 15 minutes

1 piece Simply Swift Bird’s Nest
1 1/2 cups purified water
1/2 teaspoon rock sugar
1 teaspoon goji berries


First, in a clay pot, add 1 1/2 cups of purified water, 1 piece of Simply Swift Bird’s Nest. Cover the lid. Set aside.

In a large pot, add water (the water should be about 2/3 of the height of the clay pot.) Bring water to a boil.

Transfer the clay pot in the large pot. Cover the lid. Steam-stew it over medium-high heat for 15 minutes. (Bird’s nest is very delicate, so by cooking it this way. We ensure that the heat never reaches boiling point, so it won’t destroy nutrition in the bird’s nest.)

Uncover the lids, add in the rock sugar and stir until dissolved. Lastly, add in the goji berries. (If you cook goji berries for too long, you will also destroy the nutrition it it.)

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