I love this soup! I do not add the rice but add bite size broccoli pieces when the chicken is added. I also use more spice. Delicious!
Mulligatawny, which literally means “pepper water,” is an English interpretation of an Indian dish. It has seemingly limitless versions, but most have curry and a bit of chicken. We've added tart Granny Smith apples, plenty of spice and a touch of coconut milk.
13 Reviews for Chicken Mulligatawny
We love this and it's easy to prepare once everything has been diced. I use regular curry instead of madras so that it's not too hot for my 13 year-old daughter- she loves it.
This soup is easy to prepare and tastes great. I have also made it with vegetable broth, seitan, and brown rice for a vegan version, equally good.
Alisha Sauer, Ames, IA
It is definitely better the next day. I make it a day in advance. I also prefer to up the heat with whole red pepper pods that are easily removed. Try swapping out the veggies from time to time just to change things up... Asparagus holds up well as do carrots and bell peppers.
My daughter made this delicious soup. At first glance, I would have thought the recipe was too spicy for my husband. Not true at all. This soup is more sophisticated than regular chicken soup. Loved it.
Tina, Marquette, MI