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Lentil soup with a Kick!

A delicious nourishing filling soup! It is more a one pot dinner! Enjoy!!!

 

Want to know, How I made it?

Recipe: For a whole lot of soup

Ingredients:

1 medium red onion, peeled & finely chopped

3 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & finely chopped

4 big carrots, peeled & chopped into rounds

1  x (7cm x 2 cm) ginger, peeled & finely chopped

210 gr (2 1/4 cups) white cut up cabbage leaves

100 gr (1/2 cup) green dried lentils that need 20 minutes of cooking

grins of black pepper

some Maldon sea salt

a fruity extra virgin olive oil

1500 ml hot vegan gluten-free stock

2 teaspoons couscous seasoning

Method:

1. Take a large soup pot & heat up on medium-high. When hot, add some drizzles of that fruity extra virgin olive oil in it. Add chopped ginger, garlic & red onion. Fry for a few minutes. Add some 10 grins of black pepper & some pinches of sea salt. Stir often. Now, add chopped carrots, chopped white cabbage & green lentils. Stir fry everything round into the pot. Fry for about 5 minutes or so. Now, add 1500 ml of hot stock & boil for about 20 minutes until your lentils are just cooked through & your veggies are just tender. I added some 8 grins of black pepper, 2 teaspoons of dried couscous seasoning & some pinches of sea salt! It has to taste wonderful, very fragrant & at the end that ginger kick!😉

2. Leave your soup to cool down a bit & serve at once with a loved one! I ate my soup, like this, see picture above. You can eat it with some good bread on the side, if you want but you really don’t need it at all!🙂

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Author:

Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

22 thoughts on “Lentil soup with a Kick!

  1. Mmm seriously delish 🙂 we are in a mountain for skiing now. It is so cold. I need your soup right now 🙂

  2. I made your lovely soup right now as a nice lunch! Indeed, you don’t need bread to eat with it! It is that filling! Such a lovely nourishing health soup that also is very delicious! Yum! x

  3. Love this recipe. We’re in heavy soup mode in our house with flu season and all. Happy New Year, Health and Happiness. Be well, and thanks Sophie

  4. This looks so cozy and warm Sophie!! We are eating lots of soup this winter. (I made a lentil carrot soup too last week!). Thanks for your version. Love you friend. xox

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