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Canja de galinha is usually consumed by Brazilians, Portuguese and Cape Verdeans when they have a cold. In Portugal, Cape Verde and Brazil, is widely believed to help a person overcome colds, digestive problems, and other mild forms of sickness. Interestingly enough, in Cape Verde, is sometimes served after the funeral, at the home of the deceased, perhaps because it "soothes" the heart. It is also served in that country during special occasions, such as New Year's Eve, birthdays, and other special family events.
Canja de galinha The basic ingredients include chicken, and rice or massa pevide. Common flavoring ingredients are olive oil, mint, salt and pepper. It is usually accompanied by slices of Portuguese "broa" bread (corn bread) on the side for dipping. This is only a variation of this recipe.
Canja de galinha Since is very simple and light, it is often consumed before a main course meal as well as a late supper.
Canja de galinha The Brazilian recipe for flu uses whole pieces of chicken from the areas with more bones, fried in a very light refogado using a sole smashed garlic clove (fried in vegetable oil until golden but never toasted), has the rice and vegetables (generally solely potato and carrots, in very small cubes; rarely peeled tomato) boiled in broth much more cooked than the usual, and might call for parsley and green onions along the mint. Generally no seasoning besides light use of salt, fried garlic (added before the boiling process), parsley, green onion and mint is allowed; onion bulbs should not be added because there is a belief that the use of garlic and onion together in a single recipe "cancels" the beneficial properties of both. Olive oil might be added to the soup of those who are already almost healed.
Canja de galinha It is a common Brazilian food taboo that mixing rice and a gluten-possessing cereal or cereal-based food is not a good thing to be done, but some people still dip bread in the soup, as the Portuguese do. Corn-derived foodstuff, though, is regarded as too "heavy" to be eaten by sick people, much like legumes (peas, beans, etc.).
Canja de Goa (Goan soup) Canja de Goa (Goan soup) is a typical soup of the Indo-Portuguese cuisine of Goa, Daman and Diu, which once formed part of the Portuguese State of India, and is inspired by Portuguese soup.
Canja de Goa (Goan soup) It is prepared with chicken, local sausage, onion, garlic, rice, water and salt. All these ingredients are cooked together in a saucepan or in a pressure cooker. Finally, extract of chicken bones is added.
Canja de Goa (Goan soup) It is consumed around at 11 am, together with curry the previous day, sweet mango chutney and salted fish. Sometimes it is transported to the field by children, in a vessel of clay, for their parents and older siblings working there.
Canja de Goa (Goan soup) According to tradition, in Goa, it was made for women who gave birth in the family home. In the first birth, the mothers in law sent to the brides a bottle of port wine and six chickens, to be used in preparing the soup, since this was considered a good food for mothers and convalescents.
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