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I really like this recipe, and it goes very well with buttered bread on a cold day.
After sauteing the onions and garlic, I dumped them into a bowl and proceeded with the recipe. I have a Fagor pressure cooker and I found that 25 minutes almost got the lentils soft enough for me. At that point, I did a quick pressure release, did a lentil check, added the onions and garlic back in with a little water, then brought the soup back up to pressure for ~3 minutes. It turned out really well, where the onions weren't mush and the lentils were soft. I would also recommend watching the salt, because of the sodium in the vegetable broth and I used salted butter on my bread, which was plenty for me.
Good, but needs a little more spice so it will take some experimenting. It als needed a little more time in the pressure cooker. The lentils were not quite done at 20 minutes for me.
I love lentil soup, but sometimes it lacks flavor so for this recipe I took the advice from some of the other reviews. I added 2X the cumin, fresh tomatoes, jalapeños & parsley. For addional spices I used about a Tbsp of Shan's spice mix for Dal curry which adds cardamom, coriander & tumeric. I also added diced ham & about a tap of bacon grease because we may not live as long, but we enjoy our meat & the flavor it adds:)
I just got a pressure cooker and while looking for my first recipe to try I found this one and realized I had everything to make it in the house.<br/>I made it exactly as written except I used low-sodium vegetable broth. The flavor was absolutely delicious and the lentils were perfectly cooked in the specified time. Now I'm feeling pretty confident to try more recipes!
This was easy to make and tasted fantastic. Thanks for taking the time to submit this recipe. Our lentils were perfect in the time as directed in the recipe. We drizzled just a bit of balsamic vinegar over the soup at the table. Fabulous!
This was delicious! Before closing up the pot, I added some chopped fresh tomatoes, 2x the cumin, and salt. I added the spinach after I took off the lid and added some letover cooked basmati rice. Really yummy. Thank you for sharing this super easy, quick and delicious recipe.
Everyone in my family is a vegetarian except me and we all love this recipe. Very flavorful and easy to make.
Simple and simply delicious! I added a can of chopped tomatoes with their liquid and slightly increased the cumin to make up for additional ingredients. LOVE stirring in the fresh spinach at the end. It wilts to a gorgeous emerald green, making the soup look fresh and appetizing. Thanks for a great recipe!
Great recipe. The only thing that I changed was the cooking time. I cooked mine for 28 minutes and some of the lentils were slightly underdone. I also browned and crumbled some turkey sausage. Wonderful dish and I will make it again.