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Oats Chicken Soup - Ramadan ...An event to share Chapter 4

As this event is going further I am meeting new bloggers & making new friends who have  the same passion of cooking .  Aish is one them. She is a also a very warm & sweet person  whom I wish to meet in my lifetime.

Juggling between job and  home, food & photography are her passion, that can be seen at her blog.  Her space is filled with mouthwatering dishes from Kerala to Saudi Arabia. Chicken Kabsa is one dish which I would like to try from her blog.. 
So dear friends, today we are going to  the house of Spices in a Cookie Jar

Thanks Aish for becoming a part of this celebration and giving us this special dish. 
Hello foodies, 
I am Aisha Waseem, author of Spices in the Cookie Jar, a blog recently set up to document recipes tried and tested in my kitchen. Basically from Kerala, I currently live in the beautiful city of Melbourne with my love W. I work full time, love all things beautiful and creative and am extremely passionate about cooking. Cooking to me is soothing and creating my own signature with each dish I prepare, gives me immense joy and pleasure. 
When Humi asked me to be a part of her Ramadan celebrations by doing a guest post on her blog, I was extremely thrilled not just because of the fantastic opportunity to blog on Humi's wonderful space and be a part of her celebrations but also because this is my very first guest post. Thank you Humi for presenting me with this chance to do a guest post. Since the post was related to Ramadan, I decided to blog about something healthy, nutritious and filling. 

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims all over the world fast from morning till evening and what better way to break the fast than with a healthy, warm and delicious Chicken and Oats Soup. My mom always made this soup for Iftar and I used to fill up on it, so I called her up to get the recipe and recreate it in my kitchen. It's a very simple recipe and takes very less effort, which is very important when you are working full time, fasting and trying to get food on the table, in time to break the fast. This hearty soup is like a blanket of warmth, it's warm, comforting and helps you cope with the dreaded cold days we have been experiencing here.  


You can use any vegetables of your choice, like celery, mushrooms, peppers.
For seasoning the chicken you can use pepper, salt, a pinch of cardamom, cinnamon and cloves.
You can use the stock reserved from cooking the chicken or use store bought stock.
If you want to use stock from cooking chicken, then add 2 cups of water when pressure cooking chicken.

To know more about Aish visit her @   Spices in a Cookie Jar

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