"This is a rich, satisfying vegetarian soup, wonderful for cold winter nights. Serve a loaf of warm, crusty bread on the side and you have a wonderful meal." — Judith Webster
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green onions, chopped
parsnip, scrubbed and diced
potato, peeled and diced
dry lentils, rinsed
1 (14.5 ounce) can
vegetarian Worcestershire sauce
fresh cilantro, chopped
Just what you need for a cold night! Warm, hearty. One change - I did not put it in the blender - I kept it as a chunky stew. Fabulous! Made the work easier too. I made it a week ago and we are still eating the leftovers. And I don't eat leftovers - so that should say something!
Add tomatoes AFTER the lentil are cooked, otherwise it is possible the lentils will not soften no matter how long you cook them for. Great hearty soup - and I agree, add more stock. Enjoy!
This was absolutely delicous! It was comfot food and I felt so good about eating it, knowing how healthy it was!
I substituted corn oil, 1 large onion, 2 real tomatoes diced, chicken stock, cooking wine, 1/4 bunch of cilantro.
I also omitted the parsnip because they dont have them at the supermarket.
Other than that I followed the recipe to the letter and it came out so great. I served half as a soup (using most of the liquid). And the next day I served it with brown rice like rice-and-beans.
Any vegetarian will be like "yumskers!"
Excellent soup for those chilly nights. This soup has a wonderful flavor and is easy to make. My only change was that I increased the amounts of vegetable stock, wine, and Worcestershire as the lentils soaked up a lot of the broth.
awesome soup. i added 4 cups of vegetable stock instead of 3, salt, pepper, cumin, mustard seed, vinegar and tabasco. i also pureed about half of the recipe to make the soup thicker. amazing.
The recipe doesn't call for enough broth for the amount of lentils it tells you to use. I had to keep adding broth and water. but it's yummy!
This is a fantastic base recipe to create many flavours off of. I used parsnips, potatoes, carrots, onions and green beans to create a hearty soup. I found that I needed to add lots of herbs and spices to really get flavour out of the broth. I definately recommend this recipe.
Great recipe. I didn't add the wine and I didn't miss it. I substituted an onion for the leek and though I'm sure it would have been even more flavorful with the leek it was fine as it was. The root vegetables gave it a delicious taste. I pureed half of the soup for a semi-chunky consistancy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hearty Lentil Soup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 75
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