If you’re new to Love and Lentils, I don’t only post recipes that include lentils although it may seem so if you’ve been seeing my last few posts. That’s because I am participating in Canadian Lentils Recipe Revelations Challenge! (wish me luck!) But today, I am sharing my husband’s recipe. I don’t know what’s going on, but I’ve …
Creamy Spiced Coconut Lentil Soup — Produce On Parade
This soup is the best thing I've ever eaten. The combination of beautiful aromatic spices like cardamom and cinnamon, creamy coconut milk, and hearty lentils is just perfect. There’s a subtle sweetness, a little zestiness from lemon, and a healthy dose of kale for additional fiber and protein.
Spiced Red Lentil, Tomato, and Kale Soup – Oh She Glows
A flavourful, quick-to-prepare vegetable soup amped up with protein and fibre-packed red lentils. It's so good you'll want to drink the broth!
The Best Veggie Burger Recipe | Sweet potato & Lentil Burger
This crispy veggie burger recipe is a perfect healthy alternative to traditional Super Bowl party foods, so be sure to add it to your menu. Packed with lots of fresh, healthy ingredients, you'll love how the flavours play off each other to give you the best veggie burger ever without tons of extra seasoning. Recipe makes 12 medium burgers or ~30 poppers (balls).Prep time does not include the chilling time. Nutritional info given is for 1 burger (1/12th of the recipe).
Recipe: Cold Lentil Salad with Cucumbers and Olives
Lentils slip in and out of my consciousness throughout the year, filling out warming stews and serving as a bed for braised meats during the winter, then resurging as a base for cold yet hearty salads in the summer. Every year I revisit this particular salad of lentils, cucumbers, olives, and mint tossed with a sherry vinaigrette, whether to dole out for lunches throughout the week or as a healthy contribution to a summer cookout.
Recipe: Baked Red Lentil Falafel Salad
The vibrant and hustling streets of Tel Aviv are flooded with falafel stands. They usually open up shop around noon for the on-the-go lunch crowd and stay open late, catering to the energetic night owls looking for cheap grub. My father was born and raised in Tel Aviv and remembers going to the neighborhood cart and ordering the only thing they had: basic fried chickpea fritters, served in a white flour pita and topped with tahini, and maybe some chopped salad — if you were lucky.