What a thrill it was to find that I could now buy it in my local grocery store. This litre size jar is a very affordable price and goes further than you would think as the instructions say to add half a cup water to every cup of soup. Aside from tasting great, it is a most healthy recipe. It is full of lentils and vegetables (vegan), very low in salt and low in fat. In fact, it has won a Health Check rating from the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
If I could only eat one variety of soup for the rest of my life, Thiru's Mullugtwanny soup would be my choice. This soup is available locally. To find out if it is available in your area, visit the website link below for contact information.
In October 2010, Classic Indian Restaurant were a food sponsor at the Oktoberfest Run. Their Mullugtwany soup was a hit. Those huge blue jugs under the table are filled with gallons of soup almost all of which was served to the 1200 plus hungry runners.
How to contact Chef Thiru
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Update: There are several spelling versions of this soup, mulligatawny being the most frequent.
I have sent an email to Chef Thiru to ask where this soup is currently available.