The story of the Chicken Soup. Trust me it’s not Virtual !

Yes.. you read it correctly. It is Chicken Soup which I am going to discuss today. All this while you have been reading about my experiences on different projects which I have done around Virtualization & Cloud Computing. Unlike my other projects, this Statement of Work was given to me by my better half and the deliverable was to make “Chicken Soup”.
To everyone’s surprise it came out really well.. And here is how it looks.
Would have taken a better picture, if I was aware that I would be asked to pen down the Recipe 🙂

Without further ado, here is how I manage to deliver the soup.. Hopefully this article will help you implement the recipe successfully in your kitchen 😉
Disclaimer I am by no mean a professional cook or a recipe book writer. The author of this article is not responsible for anyone replicating this dish for their wives :-p

Here You Go!!

ü  Prepare Chicken Stock by boiling 1 kg of Chicken Bones with 2 Liters of Water. Add Salt to taste and Lemon Grass for fragrance. Bring it to Boil and let it simmer for 40 minutes.
ü  In another pan boil chopped carrots and corns with salt. Bring it to boil and simmer for 15 minutes.
ü  Strain the Chicken Stock in another pan where you will give it the final touches.
ü  Smash some basil leaves and add them whole to the strained stock. Add shredded chicken which is pre-boiled with salt.
ü  While the strained stock is on simmer, add 1 egg white which is beaten with some salt. Stir the stock while adding the egg white. Add boiled carrots and Corn.
ü  Add 3 Tablespoon of Vinegar, freshly ground pepper and salt to taste.
ü  Leave the dish on simmer for 15 more minutes.
ü  Serve it hot and Call me or Email me and let me know if it worked for you.

Have a great weekend 🙂

Published by Sunny Dua

Product Management Leader with 18 years of experience with Digital Transformation, Application Modernization, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Business Observability and AIOps. Led large product portfolios at VMware and now at AppDynamics. Passionate about defining vision, strategy and executing on complex product roadmaps to build successful and innovative products. A Stanford Graduate School of Business LEADer with interests in the field of Critical & Analytical Thinking, Strategic leadership and Design Thinking.

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