This is a real gem of a recipe. I've never had Mulligatawny before, so wasn't sure what to expect. However, there isn't anything about this soup I don't *love*. Very easy to make too. Don't substitute the coconut milk. It gives it this wonderful hint of.....coconut. :) Trust me....it's sooo tasty. Have I ever lied to you before???? Thanks Gerry for another wonderful meal. Made for: Soup is On! ~ Jan 2010 - Diabetic Forum
I trusted Diana and she is right. This is a delicious soup and very quick to make. I did add the onions, apple, celery and carrots to the butter and sauteed. Stirred in the full amount of curry powder and then followed the directions. I agree with Diana that the coconut milk is a must. Made for Diabetic Forum *Soup is On*
I had never tasted or heard of Mullatawny soup but now come to realize that an unfamiliar name( to me) can certainly mean that it can become a favorite very soon. Gerry, we loved this soup. I followed the recipe using the coconut milk. A recipe I will be proud to serve to guests. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe Gerry.
Gerry, this soup is Awesome!!! Made it on Friday night to have after our annual trip to Boo at the Zoo and everyone LOVED it. I took others advice and sauteed my chicken first in olive oil and garlic. I used the coconut milk as suggested and right before serving I added fresh cilantro.Perfect!!
Thanks so much for sharing:)
My boyfriend loved this. I made it as a side with veggie samosas. So good
This is a good soup and very easy to make. I made it without the chicken and added a 1/2 cup uncooked rice instead. I also sauteed the onion in water not oil. My 17 year ate almost the entire pot. Thanks for the recipe.
This was a pretty good soup, but I found it missing something. I added the full amount of curry and found it quite spicy. Adding in some corn made it much better, as it needed just a touch of sweetness. I used a full can of coconut milk and added about 1/2 cup of uncooked rice. Great consistency and I am looking forward to the leftovers tomorrow!
My first attempt at making this kind of soup. I did cut back on the curry, as I can't take too much spice. As a celiac, I did make a few substitutions: for the flour I used white Veloutine to the desired thickness, I also added 1/2 cup Basmati rice and simmered just until tender. Also used a little more coconut milk. Even with the adjustments, it was delicious!
Never had Mulligatawny soup, but this was soooo good. Warm and comforting! Followed the recipe exactly, to give it some extra texture I added a scoop of brown rice when serving. Good without it though!
Like a couple of other reviewers, I had never tried Mulligatawny Soup before trying this recipe. I was a little concerned about the apple, but I followed the recipe to a "T" and was not disappointed. This is a wonderful soup. The weather forecast for tomorrow is for rain, high winds and cold temps. I'll be making this again for dinner. Despite the gloom outdoors, I know we'll be warm and happy inside.