3 Reviews

The flavor of this soup is excellent and unique. The directions are clear and easy to follow. I removed the skins and seeds from the tomatoes and used the beef, (no shell fish, bean sprouts or noodles) and dredged the beef pieces in the peanuts, which I chopped up fine. The beef was delicious with the chopped peanuts, we almost ate all the beef before it went into the soup. I used a combination of Monterey Jack and Parmesan cheese over some garlic croutons and finished the individual bowls in the oven, per the instructions. Thank you for creating such a great recipe, we will be having this again. Good luck with this recipe in the contest.

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Judy-Jude July 10, 2003

Unique dish. A bit complicated for the average cook, but well explained. I would not add so much curry powder.

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Nita Holleman July 03, 2003

This was so worth making! Sorry but there was no left overs. I only left out the mushrooms and curry. I also let this simmer for awhile before putting in the oven. Just love the smell. We ranked this 10 stars!

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BLUE ROSE November 07, 2005
French Onion Seafood & Steak Soup Bowl by Sy