Monday, January 18, 2010

Guest Post: Roasted Chicken and Brown Rice Soup



My first guest post for 2010 is for Rebecca (@ Chow and Chatter). Chow and Chatter is full of easy, delicious and nourishing recipes for the whole family. For Rebecca, family comes first and this comforting soup is full of goodness and warmth that will be enjoyed by the whole family.

Rebecca is a registered dietician with 8 years of clinical experience. She has also written nutritional write-ups for other publications and you can find the links on her blog. Not only that, she is also a personal fitness trainer who can jump start your way to healthy eating and living. You can also find her on her other website, Dietitian for Hire.

Check out my blog post and recipe at Chow and Chatter. And Rebecca, thank you very much for this opportunity to be a part of your blog.

Hope you like it.

Love and light,



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28 comments:

  1. My family is a big fan of this type of rice porridge. We eat it very often...one of the best confort food.

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  2. hi,divine,what a gorgeous soup!i love the colour!

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  3. I will check the recipe out for sure! Great pic--

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  4. Amazing photo! I will go check it out!!

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  5. The colour of your soup is striking, bet it'll taste good, light and hearty!

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  6. I came here from Rebecca's blog..That's a wonderful soup..wholesome :-)

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  7. I have the flu and made Chicken soup with rice from my latest post on my blog. Instead of using white rice, I used a combination of brown rice, red rice and wild rice. It makes having a fever a bit less miserable.

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  8. Lovely Soup, looks very healthy.

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  9. so really good looking ... I know it taste even better....love the cute mushrooms

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  10. Chicken soup does wonders for the soul, and warms you up in the process! Great photo ;)

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  11. I love the colour and by conicidence, I made congee last night with tumeric for my meatless day challenge.... heh

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  12. This looks like a great soup on a rainy day, I like how brown rice is used instead of white. I'm sure it give it a nutty taste to it, just how I like it

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  13. I have got a chicken on the stove now! Great soup!

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  14. Looks amazing! I agree with alison... the color of the soup is wonderful!

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  15. Yum, I can smell the healthy deliciousness!

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  16. Divina - you are the ideal guest blogger! You come up with such fantastic recipe ideas. Beautiful picture too! You always inspire me to be healthier.

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  17. Love this type of soup! So refreshing :)

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  18. For me, soup & rice work so well together and always taste fantastic!

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  19. Oh I just saw this at chow and chatter...it looks so great and wholesome...and DELICIOUS!!!!

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  20. Yumm... looks so good, perfect for a cold and rainy day.

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  21. Divina,
    I'm totally agree with Trissa: "you are the ideal guest blogger"!
    As usual, your recipe helps readers to eat more healthy foods..Love your beautiful picture.

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  22. I love rice and chicken soup! I am going to Rebecca's blog for the recipe.......Beautiful picture, Divina!

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  23. A beautiful bowl of soup here indeed!

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  24. that looks so warming, hearty and delicious! The color immediately brightens my mood too

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  25. Yum! This soup looks amazing! Saw the recipe on Rebecca's site and thought it was excellent!

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  26. Finally finally finally I feel like I can comment without being too far behind! Am heading on over to C+C right now to see your post! Sorry for lack of commenting - have just finished reading through the posts you wrote when I was away and just don't have the time to comment. Am glad to be back to my regular routine where I can give all my fave blogs the time the deserve!

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  27. Thanks for all the comments. Really appreciate it.

    @ Mardi - glad you're back. I fully understand that you also have a busy schedule. But thanks for the support. :D

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