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This was really nice soup, hubby & 4 yr old DD both really enjoyed it. I used Balti paste I had on hand with coconut milk as that was what was in the pantry. Blended it up & added a little cream to DD's to mellow the curry for her but hubby & I ate as is. Great stuff, thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** May 07, 2010

Good stuff! I didn't have any curry paste, so I used a combo of curry and garam masala and minced garlic. DH really liked this as well, thanks!

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yogiclarebear November 06, 2007

Amazing! I really loved this soup! Not only was it super easy to make, it was very tasty. It is quite hot and spicy and was almost a little too much for me, but I do generally love hot and spicy food. This soup will definitely be made over and over again at my house. There were two things I changed about this soup 1. was adding choppped fresh cilantro instead of parsley because I am not a fan of parsley and 2. I couldn't find a brown onion so I used a white onion. Thanks for a great and easy soup recipe!

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SuzieQutie August 22, 2007

A really wonderful winter warming soup! I used Thai red curry paste which gave it quite a tang but it wasn't too over the top when served with bread. Only other change I made was I started thinking I had two cans of lentils but only had one, so used a can of lentils and a can of chick peas. While improvised it fitted the soup well and gave it a bit more variety. I didn't blend and garnished with some torn pieces of parsley rather than chopped, it always seems like a shame to blend a really nice home made soup.

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Peter J July 17, 2007
Curried Lentil Soup