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Archive for the ‘Indian Soup Recipes’ Category


Mulligatawny Soup

My Mulligatawny soup made with Kingfisher Beer! Mulligatawny is the combination of two Tamil words which mean ‘pepper water’. So you should have a good idea just how spicy this Sri-Lankan soup is supposed to be. Originally a vegetarian soup, it is much more often made with meat broth in the Indian curry houses dotted […]

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Indian Food Recipes – Delicious Turkey, Lime And Coconut Soup

This is a delicious way to use up that left over Christmas turkey! I like to think of new ways to use up left-over turkey. When you cook as much curry as I do, it’s not difficult. Over the weekend we had family over for an early Christmas get-together and I have to say there […]

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An Indian Soup With Cauliflower, Asparagus and Cumin

This Indian soup is super good for you and so so easy to make. Cold, blistery nights like the one we’re experiencing in North Yorkshire today are perfect soup evenings. I made this cauliflower and asparagus soup tonight for my family and there was only a little puddle left over. It is a great way […]

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How To Make A Spicy Pumpkin Soup That Will Appeal To Almost Everyone

  This has to be my favourite pumpkin soup recipe!   This is the perfect soup for a cold Autumn day. It will take the chill out of any frosty evening and I should add it goes down quite well with a nice bottle of Rioja. Each year it’s kind of a tradition around my […]

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How to make Tomata Shorba – A Popular Indian Style Tomato Soup

  This tomato soup is bursting with interesting flavours   After a weekend of delicious excesses, I’m ready for a healthy alternative. This weekend I’ve eaten like a king – suckling pig, buttery dhals, stuffed naan and more units of wine than I really care to count. So today I’m taking the family on a […]

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Tarka Dhal – The Easy Indian Dish That Tastes Amazingly Good

  I love this tarka dhal recipe. It makes a great starter or side dish. It is easy to make but a bit time consuming. If you want, you can leave the ‘tarka’ out and save both time and calories. The tarka part of this tarka dhal is just slices of onion that have been […]

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