Posted: 3/15/2012 6:53:12 PM
I can see us making this recipe quite a bit. Especially in the winter. The soup really warms you up.The aromas filled the house. Its a nice change from just a can of soup and a sandwich. Tastes great, easy to make and you'll love the way all the flavors come together. Give it a try.
Posted: 3/1/2012 12:27:23 PM
My kids were initially hesitant to try the soup because of the color (they can be VERY picky!) but once I got them to try it they really liked it. They really enjoyed the naan and the fact that they were allowed to pick it up and dunk it in their soup. Always great to find a recipe that the whole family loves!
Posted: 3/1/2012 12:20:56 PM
Just tried this recipe last night and am already planning to make it again. I really loved the blend of spices in the soup, especially when using the naan for a little dunking. Perfect for a casual meal or even as a starter for a more formal dinner.
Posted: 3/1/2012 12:15:27 PM
I love Indian food but am usually intimidated by the recipes I find, this recipe was a great introduction to homemade Indian! Using the soup and breadsticks as starters made this recipe super easy and was a big hit with my family. This one is definitely a new addition to our dinner rotation!
Posted: 2/25/2012 9:05:56 AM
Loved this recipe! I love the old fashioned comfort of soup and sandwich anyway and this kicked it up a notch. To the previous reviewer-try the soup with the same spices, but use fat free half and half to cut back a bit on the calories. Skim milk doesn't mellow out the seasonings as much as half and half-it almost needs that extra fat to smooth out and blend all those demonstrative spices together. Fat free half and half seems to do the trick better than skim. Great recipe for anyone experimenting with other cuisines-simple to make and very tasty!
Posted: 2/23/2012 6:53:37 PM
The naan bread was outstanding, the soup a bit too complexly flavored for our taste although the apples/onions addition was perfect and the scent of spices as it cooked was wonderful. I'll definitely make the bread again, and make the soup with perhaps just curry/garam masala spice. I used skim milk in place of the half & half, and soup was still nicely creamy.
Posted: 1/25/2012 9:58:20 PM
This was easy and I liked it, but would probably cut back just a little on the spices, more for finicky family members than for myself. Like the previous reviewer, I'd like to experiment with a variety of fillings for the naan. I was thinking maybe onion, spinach and swiss cheese with a little nutmeg for a quick spinach "pie".
Posted: 1/14/2012 4:48:22 PM
Tried this recipe based on the spices in the soup and it didn't disappoint. You would have never known it wasn't completely homemade soup! The flavors were exotic but very mellow. Yum! The naans were also really buttery and made great "dunkers" in the soup! A fast and cozy dinner for sure-we liked the naans so much we made them again using italian seasoning and garlic and plan on trying them with taco seasoning next. Very versatile-a keeper!
Posted: 1/12/2012 11:23:35 AM
Love this recipe! Not only is this quick and easy to make....its delicious!!
Posted: 1/11/2012 9:45:55 PM
This recipe is ONE of my favorites...although I had to add some of the ingredients to my shopping list, it was well worth it...Absolutely delicious and a BIG hit at the dinner table...quick, easy and extremely filling...