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    This is a simple sandwich that I have been eating since I was a little kid. I looked to see if I could find it on Zaar, but was not able to. I just had to post it. I know the ingredients seem like a very unlikely combination, but trust me, these sandwiches are really good! They remind me of summer. Please use fresh, ripe tomatoes! It makes a huge difference! I also reccomend using real mayo, not lite, fat free or miracle whip. This is not a low-fat sandwich, but I figure it is fine on occation...like when the tomatoes are ripe from the garden! Enjoy!

    Recipe #390070

    I usually make my glazed carrots with fresh baby carrots, butter, and honey. However, tonight I needed a quick side to go with my Easy One Pot Lentils and Rice. I did not have any fresh carrots or honey on hand (I need to get to the grocery store!) but I had a can or organic sliced carrots and some brown sugar. I decided to add raisins, because my 18 month old dd LOVES them, but cannot eat them unless they are chopped or cooked. (due to the fact that they are a major choking hazard) This is what I came up with. I served the lentils and rice as a rice ring, and served it with the carrots and raisins in the middle. (lifted out of the pan with a slotted spoon) My family really enjoyed it, and the kids appreciated the presentation! Whatever works to get them to eat healthy! ;o)

    Recipe #393527

    I made this for dinner tonight, and the whole family loved it. I make lentils and rice quite often in a million and one different ways, and never with a recipe, but decided to post this one for safe keeping so that I can make it this way again. I served this as a rice ring (with easy glazed carrots and raisins in the middle). I had no onions on hand, but this would be excellent with carmelized onions on top. You may need to use a little more or less water depending on the age of your lentils. I used 6 1/2 cups, and it was perfect. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did!

    Recipe #393521


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