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I've been trying hard over the past six months to construct thoughtful, nutritionally balanced meals for myself. I've found that French green lentils and black beluga lentils hold their shape nicely - they don't go to mush in the pot. Bring 6 cups of water to a boil in a large saucepan, add the lentils, and cook for about 20 minutes, or until tender. While the lentils are cooking, make the saffron yogurt by combining the saffron threads and boiling water in a tiny cup. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a heavy soup pot over medium heat, then add the onion and salt and saute until tender, a couple minutes. A delicious, healthy, textured split pea soup recipe made from an impossibly short list of ingredients. Comments (+expand) Victoria EI've never been one for lentils - probably because they simply never showed up on my dinner table as a kid - but I have been more and more interested in experimenting with them as of late.
Thanks for this recipe, Heidi, I'm looking forward to try it soon, as it's been really cold here in Mexico!
January 4, 2008 StefanieI love lentils and combining them with saffron sounds amazing.
In fact, I actually have some lentils sitting around my kitchen, just waiting to be used - this looks like the perfect recipe to make that happen. I have added 2 tablespoons of red dry wine and crushed chili -and it turned out beautifully.. I too made some lentil soup the other day and now I want to go home and have a big bowl for lunch.
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John January 5, 2008 michelleThat's a dam attractive picture of a bowl of soup, and I've been looking for more ways to work chard into my cooking. And yes, everything in your original recipe is gluten-free, but farro in the "variations" contains gluten (wheat berry too). Melissa January 5, 2008 ChristinaLentil soup was one of those dishes I absolutely hated when I was little. My partner had made plans to have dinner out with friends tonight, but she nearly cancelled to stay home and eat soup with me instead, and she doesn't normally like lentils at all!
I have recently fallen in love with lentils - I'm looking very forward to trying this recipe out. How can you have room for this in your life when your kitchen is so filled with interesting recipes and foods? Your post inspired me though to use the lentils that I bought for some unknown reason last month.
Sam, I might just have to come up with another (different) overnighter-type recipe for you - maybe something using a different grain? Free E-BookJoin Gourmet Food Review and receive free recipes, tips, and tricks and the latest culinary news.
Who wouldna€™t want to eat their vegetables when theya€™re tucked into a fragrant broth with bits of tasty chicken and spiked with a shot of fresh lime and cilantro? Add the reserved chicken and juices, chard (or spinach) and corn; return to a simmer and cook for 15 minutes more to heat through and blend flavors.
Cook the whole squash in a large volume of salted water, during 30 minutes from boiling point. Add the flesh of the squash, mix everything together with a hand blender and adjust the seasoning. Put all ingredients except ginger and nutmeg in a coffee grinder or a small food processor and press it until you get a fine powder.
I eat lentil soup three, four, maybe five times a week (wish I was kidding), and come back to this lentil soup over and over for a few reasons.


This can be more challenging than you might think (particularly being a vegetarian), but really - I feel so much better when everything is in balance. There are dozens of ways I make subtle changes to this recipe depending on what I have on hand.
I sometimes used fire-roasted organic crushed tomatoes, they lend a lovely deep smoky flavor to whatever you use them in. Stir in the tomatoes, lentils, and water and continue cooking for a few more minutes, letting the soup come back up to a simmer.
I share recipes of mine and from favorite cookbooks, inspired life, travels, and favorite things. Roast tomatoes, onions, garlic, and a red pepper then puree and season with a touch of smoky paprika. January 3, 2008 KatiaI love lentils, but never thought of adding Saffron (another favorite ingredient).
January 4, 2008 Ya'araI just wanted to say that this soup not only looks but also tastes amazing!! January 4, 2008 Jeri SesslerI made almost this exact lentil soup earlier this week--but added the paprika, spinach, chopped celery, carrots and bell peppers along with the onions, and a cut up chicken and broth (I used chicken but you could use organic vegetable broth) in place of water. January 4, 2008 Terry BThis looks and sounds fabulous, healthy and satisfying, just as you said.
Lentils are great, filling vegetarian fair, and I've been having fun experimenting with different kinds January 4, 2008 MansiBrilliant!!
I highlight recipes from favorite cookbooks, as well as recipes I write myself - inspired by ingredients that intersect my life, travels, and everyday interests. You will also receive our free Book - secret cooking tips and  simple tricks that you can use to improve the quality of your meals. This healthy chicken vegetable soup seems even richer with the smoky flavor from roasted poblano peppers and garlic. It's hearty yet healthy - which in my mind translates to a soup that is filling, tasty, adaptable, and also delivers plenty of good stuff to my body. This soup seems to have it all, and the idea of topping it off with cubes of butternut squash and fried shallots is really putting it over the top.
I was actually just looking for something different to do with lentils, so that I could come up with a good lunch to take to work next week. One great thing about lentils is that, unlike dried beans, they cook up quickly without presoaking.
I make a lentil salad pretty regularly, and just made roasted cauliflower and bell pepper soup! January 7, 2008 one food guyI made a pot of this lentil soup last night and it is delicious! The bin section at Rainbow better look out ;) Thank YOU for the inspiration and encouragement. Professional chefs everywhere use these techniques to wow their clientele and keep them coming back for more.We do not share or sell email addresses. January 3, 2008 kristinI can't even begin to comment on how absolutely perfect that picture of the lentil soup is.
What I do is pretty similar to what you have here (minus the saffron), but the idea of adding some butternut squash "croutons" to the top sounds extremely appealing to me. Proteinwise, I'm wondering if lentils might be close enough to beans so that if you served them with corn muffins or added rice, you might even get a more complete protein. Most spaniards eat lots of lentils in a weekly basis, though children tend not to like them! I added copious amounts of fresh ground black pepper and some crushed red chili flakes, and also allowed it to barely simmer for an hour on the stove top bringing all the flavors together. Or you can pop a bag into your lunchbag, and as long as you have access to a burner or microwave, you're set. I've been on a butternut squash kick for the past few weeks, so combining these two sounds amazing.


It's easy--I just sautee a quarter garlic clove, chopped finely, with a teaspoon of chopped onion in virgin olive oil, then I add a handful of fresh watercress, (washed and picked over) chopped coarsely; just sautee it enough to warm it, adding a shredded basil leaf.
When the poblanos are cool enough to handle, peel, seed, stem and coarsely chop; set aside. Reduce heat to maintain a simmer and cook, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are tender, about 15 minutes.
The tang of the tomatoes plays off the earthiness of the lentils, and the fragrant bolt of saffron yogurt brightens each bowl.
Vegans can skip the yogurt entirely and finish the soup with a generous drizzle of good olive oil instead. Another couple of variations would be swapping out some of the water with a nice dark beer and making a sumac yogurt. January 4, 2008 KemI didn't know I was looking for this recipe until I saw it - luckily I read my feeds before tripping to the grocery! And just a reminder, this makes a nice big pot of soup, so use a large pot - I eat the leftovers all week. I usually make lentils with rice and tomato and I am irresistibly drawn to second and third helpings. That lentil soup variation has a way of letting the sweetness of the vegetables take center stage.
Would it surprise you if I said your recipe book was at the fore this evening chez moi as I made up a healthy concoction of chicken broth, farro, kale and sunchokes and then made up my steel cut oats for the week too. Perfect recipe-- especially when I added the spinach, orange, and avocado salad from this month's Bon Appetite. The British ministry of health thinks that a bowlful of watercress a day can do miraculous things for your body, and I admit that it always makes me feel better. January 5, 2008 hollyJust wanted to answer Stacey about mung beans -- the best way I know of to use them, and it's delicious, is to simply soak a handful of them overnight, then rinse them -- then let them sit for a couple of days, rinsing once in the morning and once in the evening. Of course we use many different types of lentils as described in my cookbook 'Recipes with a Spice - Indian Cuisine for Balanced Nutrition'.
Got this link of a tumbleog and to be honest I've never really tried stuff from cookbooks before as they never really work for me. Those sweet French lentils, the wee green ones, are a pantry staple here for post-feteing blues (along with endive salads) and do have certain feel-good factor as well as being delicious. Thanks for the greens addition and the golden yogurt; even just once a week would be a step in the right direction. Mine even looks like the photo (which was a surprise coz anything i make never does) and tasted amazing.
January 4, 2008 Ya'araHi Heidi, I have an annoying cold and I am longing for a good comforting bowl of soup - and this looks like the one! January 5, 2008 donabI was amazed to find all the ingredients for this recipe in my kitchen after reading this post this morning, so I made a pot for dinner tonight. January 4, 2008 sugarlawsheidi, i have never really liked lentils, but i have a feeling that if there were ever a dish to make me like them, it would be one of yours. January 4, 2008 Hill GoldringAs a former vegetarian, you can believe me when I tell you that lentils are awesome with a small amount of sausage.
I usually make my lentil soup with Indian spices - cumin seeds, coriander, garam masala, chili powder - which adds some welcome heat during the winter months. Lentils are my new friend, and this soup looks awesome for a cold winter night like tonight!
January 4, 2008 NikoI wish I was kidding too, but I also have lentil soup that often. I do mine with red lentils - sometimes I do it as more of a curry or dahl, sometimes as a fresh red tomato soup.




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