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Casserole of Lentils, Eggplant, and Mint

Here’s a delicious summer recipe from the coastal town of Senkoyon on the Bay of Iskenderun near the Turkish Mediterranean coast. In ever...

by Paula Wolfert

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Garlic Lentil Soup

1. Pick through the lentils to remove any dirt, stones, or damaged legumes, then wash and drain. Set aside. 2. Heat the oil in a large...

by Victoria Renoux


Lentil-Quinoa Burger

Power Boost: Serve the burgers over a bed of fresh arugula or wrap them in collard greens for a powerful dose of green veggies. Time Save...

by Rea Frey


Lentil Soup with Melon

Here’s a dish of obvious Moorish inspiration, with the characteristic sweet touch (although hardly perceptible) of melon and the lovely f...

by Penelope Casas


Rajasthani Mixed Dal

This is the dal cooked almost daily in many homes in Rajasthan. It is served with a baked whole wheat ball that is semihard and dry calle...

by Suneeta Vaswani


Basic Brown or Green Lentils

Brown lentils are the kind that come in packages in the pasta and grains section in the grocery store. Green lentils are the kind that co...

by Victoria Wise


Red Lentil Soup

This vegetarian soup from India is so full-flavored that you won’t miss the meat. We like to cook with lentils because, unlike with many ...

by Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach


Lentils with Chiles, Pork, and Fruit

In many of the fruit-growing areas of Mexico, fruit is used as an ingredient in some of the main meat dishes: pears and peaches in Vitual...

by Diana Kennedy


Simple Lentil Dal with Fresh Ginger, Green Chiles, a...

This tempering oil, with fresh aromatics as well as dried spices, gives the lentils a deeper, more complex flavor. I like using small hot...

by Suvir Saran and Stephanie Lyness


Black Lentils

This is a staple dish in North India, where it is known as the queen of all dais. It is also referred to as maa di dal. Translated litera...

by Anupy Singla


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