Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A' p-c-a' special

I love to to read the blog of Photo-copy-ann (p-c-a :-) ) - I told her that I had
a very good recipe of turkish red lentilsoup, so here it is :

Kirmizi mercimek ├žorbasi (rodelinzensoep / red lentil soup)



250 gr of dried red lentils
1 onion / 1 carrot
40 gr of butter
1 l of vegetable stock
500 ml milk
salt / pepper freshly crushed
a pinch of paprikapowder
a pinch of cayenne pepper
1 to 2 tablespoons of lemon juice

Give the lentils a cold shower.
Chop the onion and the carrot.
Put in a casserole with the butter and fry.
Throw in the lentils with the vegetable stock and let it simmer for about 30 minutes.
Give it a good mix (if whised it can be sieved, but I like it thick).
Pour in the milk and let it cook again. 
Finish it off with salt, pepper, paprika, cayennepepper and the lemon juice !

Enjoy !

4 comments:

Photo-copy said...

hmmmmm ziet er goed uit!

donauluft said...

I love lentil soup! I make some "Indian Dhal" from these little reds. Must try yours too!

Juanita Tortilla said...

You made this recipe sound so easy! :)
I only ever made yellow lentils with an Indian recipe. Will try red lentils, soon!

Tante Tuut said...

YYYYuuummiiee!!! Dat staat hier binnenkort ook zeker op het menu! Ik hou enorm van linzen.
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