I love making soups when the weather starts to cool off a little. I think it’s a creative’s dream food to create because you can throw whatever you want in, you can be a little
I love making soups when the weather starts to cool off a little. I think it’s a creative’s dream food to create because you can throw whatever you want in, you can be a little off on the measurements, taste as you go, and adjust later. On the flip side, I’m not so much a lover of recipes where you have to be ever so precise. Unless I’m baking a sweet treat. That is my exception because anything in the name of chocolate is worth the extra effort, right?
I also have been on a major curry kick lately. So? I searched Pinterest for the easiest, tastiest curry soup recipes I could find. I meshed a few of my favorites together and created my own take. And spoiler alert—it’s incredible. The best part is it’s super easy to make as well.
I’m calling this a gumbo in the post title because I definitely made this a little thicker and it does scream “soup” to me, but I don’t think it technically can be called a gumbo unless it has sausage and all of those Louisiana fixins’ in it. But let’s just go with it! However, if you wanted to make this more soupy, just add more of the vegetable broth to it!
Keep reading because I’m sharing the recipe at the end!
By the way, this dutch oven is wonderful! I own one by another brand that is much more expensive than this one and this one performs just as well—and it’s beautiful. It comes in a few other colors, too! Mine was getting pretty discolored, so it’s nice to now have a fresh one to use and display on our range.
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