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can we figure out a lost soup recipe together?? it was delicious:(

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Years ago when my husband and I were vegetarians I made a vegetarian soup with chickpeas, mushrooms, carrots,curry powder, cumin maybe? This soup was warm and comforting, I'd love to make it or something similar again. Anyone know of a recipe like this?

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  1. Looks like you've got the recipe down already.
    Did you use chicken stock? Or vegetable stock?

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    1. re: Puffin3

      I think I sub chicken stock, I've tried to recreate it before and it wasn't the same.. maybe I'll keep trying:)

    2. Pull up Epicurious.com and in the search box type in the ingredients you remember. All recipes that meet that criteria will come up. Maybe you'll get lucky.

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      1. re: letsindulge

        Great idea! I didn't think of that...

        1. re: letsindulge

          The only recipe that came up was African curried coconut chickpea soup.. there was no coconut milk in it for sure! It just might be lost forever:(

          1. re: parkerjaxmollymo

            :(

        2. Where did you find the recipe the first time you made it? Or was it something you made up?

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          1. re: Springhaze2

            I found it on a vegetarian food blog. It was such a long time ago. I've looked and looked..

          2. was it pureed or a chunky style soup?

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            1. re: thimes

              It was chunky

            2. You may want to post this on the vegetarian and vegan board on this site. Someone may have a recipe close enough that you'd want to try it.

              Also, someone may be able to give you a list of vegetarian food blogs, and one might ring a bell with you.

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              1. re: nemo

                Thx I'll try that

              2. Add mushrooms and skip the blending step and this might be close:

                http://recipes.prevention.com/Recipe/...

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                1. re: Booklegger451

                  Thx so much!!! This is the closest version I've seen so far.