Originally Posted by rootzdawta
My favorite recipe these days using lentils (red or green) is dahl.
can someone tell me about freezing lentils? a couple of people have mentioned it-is there anything special you need to do?
Originally Posted by DoulaClara
I love TJ's black lentils- actually, I just went looking for them the other day, and they weren't in this store. They taste really good- they dye water a neat purple-y grey color. I cooked them, and then cooked some pasta in the lentils, and the pasta ended up purple!
Originally Posted by RedDirtGirl
I love lentils!!!
I'm in need of a good lentil/rice salad if anyone knows of one.
Originally Posted by kdmama33
Thanks for this thread! I was just debating what to do with a pound of lentils and remembered that I'd seen this thread title a few days ago. I'm making the honey baked lentils for dinner in the crockpot.
Originally Posted by sleepnrain
Would someone mind posting the Honey Baked Lentils recipe? I can't get the link above to work.
|Honey baked lentils.
1 cup lentils
2 cups water
2 tbsp honey
2 tbsp soysauce
2 tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp ginger
1 clove garlic
1 small onion
salt & pepper
Bake in a covered dish at 350 until tender (about an hour and a half)
Sometimes I sub 1/3 of a cup or so rice or barley for some of the lentils. I also sometimes add whatever vegitables are on hand for a one dish meal. Some that are good are carrots, celery, potatoe, yam, squash, turnip, cabbage and parsnip. Use what you have, "winter" vegitables work best.