Okay, sorry I just threw a lot of extra stuff from my kitchen in this. First tho, let me suggest you put the lentils on to cook with the chicken broth first, before you do anything else. That way they are softened in plenty of time. After browning the chicken breasts I threw them in a 350 oven while I prepared the rest if the recipe. It takes time to chop a large onion and a few carrots and garlic! It took almost 10 minutes to soften the onions. Instead of tomato sauce i used 2 cups of fresh chopped tomatoes. I had some boiled potatoes on hand so I diced them and added them too. I even had corn on the cob in the fridge, so, yes, I shucked them and tossed that in too. After adding the lemon juice, I also added some fesh chopped cilantro. Yum! To serve, I cubed the chicken pieces, set them in the center of a good-sized bowl and put slices of fresh avocado on top. Then I put a dollop of sour cream on that. Lastly I sprinkled chopped boiled egg on top. Tis is like a soup recipe from Columbia that one of our exchange students shared with us except theirs had no lentils. Anyway, it was a delicious, filling, fresh-tasting meal!
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Okay, sorry I just threw a lot of extra stuff from my kitchen in this. First tho, let me...