Yield: Yields about 5 cups.
Most supermarkets carry Madras-style curry powder, which is the type I recommend. I suggest buying a new can at least every six months—curry powder loses much of its punch over time. The 3/4 tsp. curry powder here will give you a fragrant soup with mild warmth. If you like things spicier, just add a bit more.
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Venting the lid of the blender prevents the heat from building up inside, which could cause hot soup to spew out all over the kitchen. Draping a dishtowel over the vented lid guards against splatters.
This is my all-time favorite lunch during the summer. I've been making it for years -- since I first read it in the magazine.
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