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Submitted:
  2014-09-01
Prep Time:
  not specified
Yield:
  1
Difficulty Level:
  Moderate
Category:
  not specified
Meal:
  Dinner
Course:
  Soups
Health Conscious:
  not specified
Cuisine:
  not specified
Cooking Method:
  Oven Cook
Occasion:
  not specified
Main Ingredients:
  Carrot
  Beans
Source:
  not specified
Bracha:
  not specified

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This soup recipe is so versitile,and can be adjusted to your own taste as to how many,or the amount of spices you wish to use.To use as a base for another soup recipe,leave carrot,potato,and onion sliced in half.Soup cube,or Gefen parsley,garlic,sautéed onion---all in the frozen case are also delicious.For fleshing soup,meat or chicken,can aso be added,after 1/2 an hour of cooking.makes 3 quarts.Freezes well.
 
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1. Is there an error here in the amount of water?? Twenty one quarts is enough for an army....which would undoubtedly need more than one carrot, one potato, and one onion.... Perhaps it should be 2 quarts? 2 Red lentils or green/brown lentils? 3. Lentils and barley usually don't take anywhere near an hour, no? Thanks.
janetb, 2014-09-07
Yes,of course you are right.2-3quarts,would be correct.But to double the recipe is also very tasty.Regarding,the cooking time,it would depends on how soft you want the vegetables..The barley takes some time to soften.I have also tried boiling the lentils and barley separated,but I find it loses lots of flavor.Also,I have tried using different types of lentils,red or brown tastes the best.I would not advise using all three types in one soup.I have added frozen cauliflower and /or frozen broccol
libbyl, 2014-09-09
I have been microwaving the lentils for about five minutes before adding to soup - but I am not sure if it would affect the vitamins of the vegetables.
libbyl, 2016-01-26
 
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