Origin of mulligatawny
Examples from the Web for mulligatawny
This may seem silly, but I have a friend with the last name “Mulligan,” and we used to call her “Mulligatawny,” like the soup.Carey Mulligan, Star of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ on the Coen Brothers, ‘N Sync Fandom, Lorde, and More|Marlow Stern|December 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Indeed, English epicures use it in preference for mulligatawny.Choice Cookery|Catherine Owen
It was a quarrelsome Company; a dragoon Company; a Company of gentlemen accustomed to gunpowder, and fed on mulligatawny.The Newcomes|William Makepeace Thackeray
Mulligatawny, mul-i-ga-taw′ni, n. an East Indian curry-soup.
Then she could smile thanks at him over the mulligatawny soup, or the filet of sole, or the boiled mutton, or the apple tart.Ladies-In-Waiting|Kate Douglas Wiggin
Mulligatawny soup; fillet steak with mushroom ketchup; baked batter pudding.