Red Lentil with Spices

//Red Lentil with Spices

Red Lentil with Spices

Red Lentil with Spices Easily digested and popular in East Indian cuisine.
The Red Lentils are great with rice,vegetables or served alone as a nutritious meal.

No Meat Products, No Added Sugar, No MSG, No Wheat, No Dairy and Gluten Free.

These Beans are a treat for your family to eat. Just rinse under water and cook with slow heat. A crock pot is best. You can cook them all day for family and friends. They taste best that way. The rest is quite easy. Just throw in the spices. Get all the nutrition with none of the vises.

Directions: Rinse Beans thoroughly, then combine with spices in 10 cups of water.
Crock Pot: Cook on medium-high for 6 hours or longer, until tender. Stove top: Simmer 4 hours, covered, and watch water level.

Ingredients: 1lb. beans, onion, garlic salt and spices.

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By |2015-04-24T11:01:12+00:00April 24th, 2015|Beans|2 Comments

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  1. JOHN January 15, 2016 at 5:47 am - Reply

    Hi Valerie,
    I mentioned to one of my neighbors that I loved your soups while at a HOA party. Marilyn and John asked for more info so I took the four bags I had and asked them to select one for a trial? Turns out the kept all four and paid me for them.
    The HOA was going to have a soup party, but it has been cancelled for now.
    I will be taking your “Jack in the Box” soups if it comes up again.
    BTW Barbe adds some stock to the mix before starting in the slow cooker?
    John L
    Scottsdale

    • Valerie Smith January 16, 2016 at 10:24 pm - Reply

      Hi John!
      Thanks so much for spreading the news for Jack and the Bean Soup! You have been a great supporter. I get some people that are doing the soup party idea and it sounds awesome. I went to a party last Sat and we had 3 soups. Two of them were mine and one was made by the host. Someone made cornbread, someone brought a salad and EVERYONE was happy.
      Some people like to add a broth to the soup it can be all broth or just part broth and part water. I do suggest they get the NO SALT broth because the soup already has some garlic salt and we don’t want it to get to salty.
      Thanks again for your continued business and encouragement.
      Jack and Valerie
      Jack and the Bean Soup
      http://www.jackandthebeansoup.com

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