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Lentils, Green-Brown (Organic)

Lentils, Green-Brown (Organic)
Lentils are one of the most ancient of all cultivated crops. They are rich in fibre and vital nutrients. Needing no soaking, they are the quickest of all legumes to cook. Green lentils are milder and softer textured than most other varieties.
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HOW TO USE Pumpkin and Red Lentil Curry: Fry onions and 1/2 chopped butter pumpkin until golden. Add red curry paste, cook 1 minute. Mix in 1 cup coconut cream, lentils and 2 cups water. Boil, reduce to a simmer until cooked. Stir in fish sauce and vegetables. Cook until tender. Serve on rice or couscous, try gluten-free Millet Couscous for a great alternative to rice. Red Soba: Cook 200g split red lentils Toss cooked buckwheat soba noodles with the cooked split red lentils. Add sliced leek and broccoli. Dress with olive oil mixed with garlic and ginger. Serve with a squeeze of lime for a light summer meal Red Lentil Dhal: Bring 250 g lentils to boil, reduce heat. Add fresh ginger and turmeric powder. Cook to tender. Fry spices - cumin, coriander, cayenne, salt. Combine all. Serve with fresh coriander garnish.

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Serving size    50 g
 
 
Per Serve
Per 100g
Energy (kj)
738
1477
Protein (g)
12.9
25.8
Fat Total (g)
0.5
1.1
- Saturated (g)
0.1
0.2
Carbs, total (g)
14.8
29.6
Sugars (g)
1
2
Sodium (mg)
3
6
fiber, total (g)
15.2
30.5
Ingredients

Organic green lentils.