Curry Chowder

When I was working in LA, I loved eating soup as my lunch. Warm creamy soup with a side of crunchy bread was the best combination, and every time I brought a spoonful of soup into my mouth, I realized how come soup is called comfort food. After I moved to Seattle, soup became my best friend in lunch or dinner because Seattle is such a cool breezing place in the far north. Tomato soup, onion gratin soup, vegetable soup, chowder…mmm, I think I can eat them 365 days in a row! 

So today, as I’m missing my besties in Seattle, I make some soup for my lunch. Corn or potato chowder are also good, but I want something spicy so let’s sprinkle curry powder in my chowder! 

 

<Today’s recipe>

Curry Chowder

curry chowder

<Ingredients>

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<Directions>

  1. Pour olive oil in a pan and add coriander seeds, mustard seeds, onion, carrot and bring it to medium high heat. Cook for about 5 min. Add turmeric powder and curry powder. Cook for about 3min.
  2. Pour almond milk, water, veg soup stock, salt and bring it to boil.
  3. Reduce heat and add broccoli.
  4. Pour cornstarch and water mixture to make the soup thick.
  5. Transfer soup in a bowl and sprinkle parsley. Enjoy!

<Serving Tips>

I paired them up with baguette, but naan or chapati are also great!

 

curry chowder

Mmm, creamy curry soup is so irresistible to bring the next spoonful! Keep warm and smile on your face by eating yummy homemade food:)

 

<Other Curry Recipes to Enjoy>

Enjoy Asian bakery favorites! Curry Bun

curry bun filling

Green Goddess in curry world! Green Curry

green curry

Curry is also good with quinoa! Curry Quinoa

curry quinoa

Enjoy home cooking and your own creation of homemade food:)

9 Comments Add yours

  1. johnrieber says:

    It’s only been in the past few years, at my wife’s ring, that I began to add more curry, cumin, coriander and cardamom to my cooking…this chowder sounds delicious and I will try it for sure!

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Yes please John! For cardamom, I need to use them very wisely in terms of availability. My neighbor store sells them expensive so it’s much cheaper to go to SF city and buy a couple of packet. As you told spice name, my fav is definitely cardamom for their aroma😌💕

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      1. johnrieber says:

        I add cardamom to pureed spinach/broccoli soup

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  2. You can always count on curry powder to spice things up! And you can add it to anything.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Tanooki says:

      Agree! It’s my savior to season whatever veggies to be flavored for curry for its simplicity. Someday when I’m to be an expert of spice, I want to make my own blend of curry powder…My Indian friend said she never buys one but create on her own😌💕

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  3. Ju-Lyn says:

    I love soup too (lunch or dinner) and I live in such a hot climate (Singapore). It definitely is comfort food. Your chowder looks fabulous – with a crusted roll for me, thanks!

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    1. Tanooki says:

      Hi Ju-Lyn, thank you for visiting my blog. Wow I never been to Singapore but wanna visit some day! Thank you for warm comment, have a wonderful weekend, dear🙌🎉💕❤️

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