If you require some TLC, you have come to the right recipe. No longer just an old wives tale or favourite of all Jewish grandmothers – there is actually science to back up the healing, immune-boosting and congestion-clearing properties of bone broths. This recipe uses a fresh chicken, but you can also chuck the remaining carcass of a roasted chicken (sans stuffing!) into a slow-cooker with the same ingredients, and leave it to simmer gently for 24-48 hours. Absolutely delicious!
Kenda is a traditional Sri Lankan breakfast dish. It is often given to people who are sick, particularly children and the elderly. Red rice is generally used instead of white for its higher nutrient and antioxidant profile and nutty taste.