I cook green lentils mixed with rice and various other pulses pretty much everyday for lunch, only takes ten mins to cook. drain them off, rinse well with cold water, serve as a salad with spicy chicken, mixed veg and a few chopped up tomatoes and olives. Add a dash of salad dressing and herbs to flavour.Posted 4 years agomogrimMember
Cut up some chorizo or chipolatas (or both) into chunks, and fry in a couple of tablespoons of oil.
In a large pan, soften a chopped onion, at the end add a finely chopped clove of garlic. Keep frying gently for another minute.
Add the sausage (including the oil you fried it in).
Add 250-500g of lentils, and enough water to cover them. And a bit more water. Maybe a stock cube while you’re at it, and a bay leaf. You could probably try adding some stout or similar here, too. Or a teaspoon of paprika. Maybe some carrot.
Bring to boil, turn down the heat and simmer for 30-45 min or so until cooked, sometime before the end taste and add salt if needed.Posted 4 years agosugdenrMember
The word is – CassouletPosted 4 years ago
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