3 1/2 oz. bird’s nest (dried)
6 cups chicken stock
1 large chicken breast (deboned)
1 Tbls. Dry sherry
1/4 cup rich chicken stock
2 Egg whites
1 tsp. Salt
2 Green onions (minced)
1 Tbls. Ham (Smithfield, minced )
2 Tbls. Cornstarch
2 Tbls. Chicken stock
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The main nutritional contents are carbohydrates, glycoprotein, calcium, phosphorous, iron, iodine, and vitamins. Birds Nest is rich in amino acids and antioxidants, the two essential elements that help to generate new cells and counter free radical damage. The main nutritional content of birds nest is about 30% carbohydrates and 5% protein, and it is thought that the protein content is comparable to milk and eggs.
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