How to Cook With Lentils
Copyright © 2017 Martha Stone
I am but one of a two-person household. It makes it hard to cook at times. Especially when one of a pair really is picky. I can eat most anything set in front of me. DH on the other hand, well, he won't admit he's picky, but believe me when I say that he is! Which is why I am so excited that when I asked if he liked lentils, he replied, "Well, I don't know that I've ever tried them!"
My knowledge of how to cook lentils has been limited to what I saw my mother cook of them (which was rare). And that was simply as she would have a pot of beans: boiled with a piece of fatty meat, and used to replace meat for that evening. I have learned I could add other ingredients and leave out the fatty meat, such as fresh produce (potatoes, onions, carrots, spinach, kale, tomatoes, etc.)
Need I say that I was thrilled to get this cookbook offer in my email! I quickly downloaded the book in my Kindle and voraciously read it, virtual cover to virtual cover! I am in heaven and can't wait to try out all of the delicious looking recipes!
There are 7 wonderful chapters in this book:
CHAPTER 1: Use Lentils to Make Some of the Best Breakfasts
CHAPTER 2: Get Inspired and Make the Best Lentils Appetizers
CHAPTER 3: Make Some of the Most Incredible Lentils Salads
CHAPTER 4: Enjoy Some of the Most Popular and Delicious Lentils Soups
CHAPTER 5: Try the Most Amazing Lentil Stews Ever
CHAPTER 6: The Best Lentils Casserole Recipes
CHAPTER 7: Enjoy the Most Unique Lentils Desserts Ever ((hint, hint: this chapter includes an
red lentils ice cream recipe!)
I can't wait to dig in and get started!!!
I give this book 5 stars:
and a big thumbs up!
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