Maybe not enough protein - what about putting some tinned tuna in right at the end to heat thru? Get the one in brine (unless salt is an issue), or maybe same mackerel in tomato sauce, even sardines in tomato sauce could work. Mackerel, while being fatty, has good fat, Omega 3 which we all need, and bones (soft) for calcium intake.
Don't know how the tinned fish would go with the soy....
Or even some of those tiny 3 oz tins of tuna with various dressings could come in handy (excellent for portion control)- dunno about over there, but we seem to have umpteen varieties at the store. Easy to use too - easier than poaching a piece of fish or chicken.
Or even a poached egg on top (not fried!).
P.S. chef2727 - I had always thought that Mulligatawny was using lamb?
There are many versions of this soup as it was adapted into Indian culture as I'm told .....when Anglos entered India and found there was no soup course! You know in my previous version of my recipe I didn't mention Lentils,tamarind,bruised cardomanpods,clove,cinnaman stick,apple as I didn't have them handy...I just make up my own recipes for soup as I go ....Isn't that the whole idea of soup?
My favourite Lamb Soup is Scotch Broth...(.Lamb & Barley)