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The flavors of hearty lentils and classic Italian vegetables and seasonings develop beautifully in this stew. As a bonus, slow, undisturbed cooking means the lentils soften while still maintaining their shape and wonderfully toothsome texture. Add a crisp green salad for a completely delicious meal.
This hearty stew offers rich flavor at an approachable price. Warm pieces of naan bread make the perfect accompaniment.
Ginger, turmeric, cinnamon and saffron infuse each spoonful of this savory soup — a hearty combination of lentils, chickpeas, fennel, onions and tomatoes. Great with warm whole wheat pita and a simple salad on the side.
Here’s an easy baked pasta dish that gets big flavor from lentils. Canned lentils are particularly convenient, but you can also cook your own from scratch — you’ll need 1 1/2 cups cooked, drained and cooled lentils for this recipe.
When simmered until they're velvety soft, red lentils make a surprisingly creamy sauce for pasta. Garlic, onion and lemon juice complete the sauce to pair wonderfully with spinach and artichoke hearts. Our whole wheat linguine is relatively light in texture and no added oil is needed to make this dish a satisfying, healthy choice.
Lentils, wilted kale and tender onion tangle together in a flavorful wine sauce flecked with bright sun-dried tomatoes. Serve the salad on its own or with hot cooked grains such as wild rice, barley or wheat berries.
Salmon pairs wonderfully with green lentils and tart apples. You’ll find truRoots organic dried sprouted lentils on the grocery shelf, but if you use regular green lentils, increase the lentil cooking time to about 30 minutes.
Za'atar (or zahtar or zatar) is an earthy Middle Eastern spice blend that can contain a variety of different ingredients such as toasted sesame seeds, marjoram, thyme, cumin, oregano, sumac and sea salt. Each country has its own unique style of za'atar, and each family develops their own mix. Traditionally, it is sprinkled on labneh (yogurt cheese) with olive oil and served with warm bread. It's also mixed into bread dough and baked. Za'atar makes a zesty crust for white fish and meats as well as a delicious vegetable or lentil seasoning.