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lilizen

c'est beau et j'en veuuuuuux!

tara

Just because I have to be difficult and wave my heritage's flag, Indians are particularly fond of the cilantro, lime and chili combination. That said, your soup looks perfect for the coming cold months - bold and bright, practically made for gloomy days!

saffron

hi lex, i love this combo also. in southern india they make a soup type dish called rasam or pepper water. ive seen it made with all the spices as well as a squeeze of lime and additions of chilli and corriander (cilantro). a small amount is poured over rice, and eaten with other fish or meat dishes.

i love anything with corriander; especially fish or chicken dishes.

saffron

hi lex, i love this combo also. in southern india they make a soup type dish called rasam or pepper water. ive seen it made with all the spices as well as a squeeze of lime and additions of chilli and corriander (cilantro). a small amount is poured over rice, and eaten with other fish or meat dishes.

i love anything with corriander; especially fish or chicken dishes.

Lyn

Thanks Tara & Saffron. I knew about the chili and cilantro in Indian cooking, but not about the lime. I'm pretty stoked about a whole other cuisine that uses this fab combo.

panasianbiz

I stumbled across your blog while I was doing some online research. I always wonder why so many people limit their culinary experimentation to spices and flavors they're familiar with; this recipe shows that being openminded to a new variation can have delicous results!

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