10 Reviews

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

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Diana #2 January 11, 2010

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*

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PaulaG January 28, 2010

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.

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Dotty2 February 11, 2010

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:)

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cooking for boys!!! October 24, 2010

My boyfriend loved this. I made it as a side with veggie samosas. So good

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Winddrifter July 11, 2011

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.

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Cilantro in Canada July 06, 2010

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!

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Jen in Victoria, BC March 12, 2013

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!

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farmfloosie July 27, 2012

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!

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icancook66 November 13, 2011

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.

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Phat & Sassy February 16, 2011
Mulligatawny Soup