5 Reviews

I'd only had vegetarian mulligatawny soup once (at some little restaurant in NYC on curry row), years ago, but had often wished I'd find another non-chicken version. I thought about it again yesterday, and googled some recipes. This sounded like the best one, and I had nearly all the ingredients. I did omit the potato and the whole dried chili, but added yellow dal, freshly grated ginger and some crushed red pepper; and subbed light coconut milk for the regular. IT WAS FANTASTIC!!! I also made my first garlic naan--from another site--to serve with it, and both were utterly delicious. I'll definitely be making this again!

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fizbo April 13, 2010

Excellent... I totally love this recipe and the fact it was totally vegitarian was great. My family have asked for this soup repeatedly since I first made it!!! It really does make you feel better when you are not 100%... Makes me think of a warm summer day.

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lisatheamazing January 19, 2010

Just made this recipe tonight, AWESOME!! A must try if you've never tried Mulligatawny soup before and if you've tried it before, this recipe will knock your socks off!!

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Anne CE W February 28, 2006

This is outstanding soup. I love Spicy food especially Indian food. I made it exactly as the recipe said, no improvisation. I LOVE IT!

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stevensonloflin@yahoo.com March 20, 2011

Very nice, and I have no idea how Mulligatawny should really taste, but I'd have preferred a little more of a chili kick to it.

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racceber April 26, 2008
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