Mulligatawny is a curry-flavored soup of Anglo-Indian origin. Translated literally from Tamil, "Mulligatawny" means "pepper water". The dish which Anglo-Indians call "pepper water" is actually closer to Tamilian rasam than "mulligatawny".
In India, mulligatawny appeared as a result of the fusion of culinary recipes from British period and the local Indian spices. The soup typically has a turmeric-like yellow color and it is made with chicken meat, beef, or lamb meat. The dish is often thickened with rice.
Mulligatawny is considered to be a very consistent meal and it is usually served hot.
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