Vegetable and Lentil Hotpot

"A healthy almost no fat dish and a great way to use up all the left over vege's in your crisper."
 
Vegetable and Lentil Hotpot created by MelNTex
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
14
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat oil and saute onion and garlic in sacuepan for 2 minutes or until onion has softened.
  • Add all spices and saute for a further minute or so.
  • Add all other ingredients and simmer covered, stirring every few minutes for about 25 minutes or until vegetables and lentils are cooked.

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  1. Mindelicious
    I made this for a bunch of folks and all enjoyed immensely. We used zucchini, squash, carrots, and potaotes and this turned out very lovely & filling. One person has been fighting a cold and said this really helped. I served with garden salad & a nice loaf of crusty bread. Thanks for an easy filling meal!!
     
  2. Brighid
    Good flavor. My DH really liked it, which surprised me because he doesn't care for sweet potatoes! I was afraid that it was going to be too spicy for me so I just added the chili powder a little at a time until I had the whole amount in. I was amazed that there was little to no heat at all. Thanks for a new recipe!
     
  3. Laughing in the Kit
    This is great! I am really digging it right now...especially with added dollops of plain yogurt. I went with a combo of sweet potato, orange bell pepper, celery, and carrot. Also used veggie stock. I think next time I will opt for fresh ginger since I prefer that taste to the powdered stuff. Really good, well-spiced recipe! Thanks so much :)
     
  4. rmarcella56
    I adored this dish and the only change I made was to use fresh ginger rather than crushed. It's great with almost any vegetables that you enjoy and very good on a diet too.
     
  5. Sadieveggirl
    This was great, I think I overestimated 5 c of raw veggies, but I added some extra water and bouillon and it turned out great. I used sweet potatoes, yams, carrots, and green beans. Even the picky kids liked it.
     

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