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My whole family loved this soup! I didn't have any curry so I faked it using fennel, cinnamon, garlic, and turmeric but it still turned out delicious. To add more flavor, we actually used leftover chicken quarters that we had grilled. It added a nice smokey flavor. Even the picky 3 year old asked for seconds!
I just thought this ended up very bland. I made it omitting the chicken, and using the specified roasted cauliflower recipe, I sauteed half the onion and added it closer to the end but that was the only change. In the end I threw in 2 cups of peas, a heap of salt and pepper, a little poultry seasoning, and onion powder. It was all right, but not a make again for us.
I loved this soup, although I always make changes...I added a little frozen spinache...skipped the rice and believe it or not I added grated mango...just a bit! I loved it!
I can not tell you how many kudos I received on this recipe. I was asked numerous times for it. I made this a couple weeks ago, and I'm going to make it again this coming weekend. Thank you for the tasty soup recipe.
Very pleased with this receipe! Omitted the chicken, added 1 tablespoon each of garlic & chilli, doubled curry & tumeric. Will be making this again, thank you!
This is a wonderful and totally delicious soup. I threw everything raw into the pot (except the rice which I boiled separately) and it boiled quickly and made a generous amount. I used a head of white cauliflower and basmatic rice. I also sauteed the onion (finely-chopped) in a little olive oil and then added it to the soup for extra body and flavour. YUM!
I couldn't find yellow cauliflower so I used white, but used Low Fat Roasted Golden Cauliflower #205074 and left out the chicken. I did add 1 packet of chicken broth and seasoning mix to give it a little more color. This is a wonderful soup, full of flavor and healthy to boot! Thanks for posting a winner Rita.