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Chicken Mulligatawny

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"My husband and I loved the soup! I had a only regular curry powder so it wasn't spicy at all even though I usually love the spicy stuff. I omitted the lemon juice. Very easy and delicious! "
Chicken Mulligatawny

13 Reviews for Chicken Mulligatawny

09/28/2009
Anonymous

This was a great dish! Easy, and with lots of distinct flavors and good the next day. The apples were particularly nice and the almonds on top were a good touch.

Anonymous, Walnut Creek, CA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I eat Indian food frequently and was curious to make this variation. It is excellent - easy to make (some time to dice ingredients), sweet and spicy. Nice texture. The apples aren't overpowering and add so much. I do increase the spices to give it more zing. It's almost best the next day. Great served with homemade bread and sharp cheese.

Anonymous, Williston, VT

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

Although this dish requires some prep work, it was very easy to make. It's great if you don't like spicy food, but for folks that enjoy a little heat, use the hot curry powder and up the amount of spices. Also, we used brown basmati rice and it was fine. And it's better the next day.

Anonymous, San Francisco, CA

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