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I made a few changes, some by accident! I used canned diced tomatoes as I wanted it to be a bit soupy. For some reason, I thought "lentils" meant "yellow split peas". I can't explain that. At any rate, with the yellow split peas and all, a very very delicious summer dish! Super meaty and fresh. I will say I got about double the amount of suggested servings. Will make again!

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MechanicalJen August 21, 2008

This recipe is great. It is pretty warm here so I decided to cook it in the morning and eat it chilled for dinner. It is absolutely delicious, it is a wonderful dish to enjoy on a hot summer's day. Thanks for sharing!

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Tea Girl July 26, 2012

Delightful treat with great flavours. Don't chop the onion too thinly though as some of my pieces of onion and garlic got a tad burnt. I served it sold with thinly sliced cold rump steak. The flavour worked really well. Made for Aussie / Kiwi Swap January 2012.

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Kiwi Kathy January 08, 2012

*Made for Australia/NZ Swap # 53* Wish I could give 10 stars -- and that DH had been in time to photograph ! Just the 2 of us, But I kept on chopping monster amounts of veggies -- roasted 1/2 first night and remainder the next -- NOW I have enough cooked for warming a 3rd night !! Could not find "le puy" lentils, so used what was available -- I think they may not have absorbed the liquid as well, but surely added to the taste ! We have a large grill basket, so will be making this up for the grill during the hot summer ! Thanks for posting this colorful and delicious recipe, Bethie !!

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NurseJaney June 16, 2011
Roasted Ratatouille With Lentils