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Chicken Mulligatawny

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

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (48 votes)

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

02/27/2014
Anonymous
New Soup for Sickness

This soup has great flavor and depth. There's so many different textures and flavors.

Amazing flavor, very warming
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03/09/2012
Anonymous
Too Much Fruit

I've had several mulligatawny soups, but none that tasted like this. Even the spices tasted off. The apples overpowered it and light coconut milk didn't make it creamy at all. Overall it was disappointing, but the toasted almonds are a nice touch.

Fun to make
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02/03/2012
Anonymous
Loving this!

For sure I will make this again! Even my 4 yr old and 15 month old loved it. I used 1/2 teaspoon of madras and 1teaspoon of regular curry so t wasn't too spicy for the little ones.

Yummy, light but yet satisfying and super easy
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09/02/2011
Delicious!!

I used one apple and substituted the other for a red pepper just give it some color. It was delicious, my 9 yr old daughter couldn't stop commenting on how great it smelled while I was cooking it. Definitely be making this again!

Easy to make
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01/07/2010

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!

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