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This Famous Soup Is To-Die-For-Delicious!
You’d better be prepared for an explosion of a recipe because that’s exactly what I’m going to serve you! Mulligatawny soup has a funny name for someone who’s never heard of it before, but for those of us who have loved it for decades, it’s music to our ears. It is an English soup with origins in Indian cuisine, and that’s why it’s filled with all these wonderful spices that will warm you up on a cold winter or fall day.
But that doesn’t mean this soup is only good for the colder seasons. Oh, not at all! My family is so in love with this soup that we have this at least once a month, year ’round. And whenever I happen to catch a cold, I make this and amp up the spices even more. It makes me feel better instantly!
Feel free to make half a batch if you think 12 servings is too much for you, and you don’t want to freeze the extra. Also, if you’d like to make this more stew-like, all you need to do is use less chicken broth. Whatever your choice, it’s going to turn out super flavorful and amazing!
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Quick Tip: To make this more stew-like, decrease the amount of chicken broth.