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March 7, 2013

Burmese chicken stew ("the yellow chicken"), from She Simmers

Burmese chicken stew, a family tradition from She Simmers (on Soup Chick).

Don't let the amount of garlic and ginger in this dish scare you. Leela of She Simmers promises it will melt into the long cooking of her grandmother's recipe for Burmese chicken stew, which may or may not be authentically Burmese. She's always called it "the yellow chicken", and the inclusion of two tablespoons of turmeric (which we now know to be so good for your health) guarantees that your chicken will be yellow, too. The ingredients are standard pantry fare, and the recipe notes make it seem easy to recreate this stew in your own kitchen, as though you were learning at your own grandmother's side while she cooked.

Get the recipe for Burmese chicken stew on She Simmers.

More on Soup Chick:
Sofrito chicken stew, from Skinnytaste
Persian herb and sumac soup, from Turmeric and Saffron

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