I've been challenged to make this soup. Help!
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pauljoseph is a food52 cook who lives in Kerala, south India. Here's his recipe -- http://www.food52.com/recipes...
I've never seen 2 mulligatawny recipes look the same. Here is one I made, that I loved but I have no idea if it is very traditional. I started with a recipe but it got left behind after I mistook my fennel seeds for cumin seeds!
Two mulligatawny soups of my past are Mollie Katzen's, and Jane Brody's. But I would be happy with pauljoseph's recipe - his food is delicious and authentic.
right, this soup is always different. Try this one http://curryanything.com/mulligatawny-soup. I've made this and tried some others, but I think this one is good.