dhal coral lentils with spinach

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dhal coral lentils with spinach

dhal coral lentils with spinach

dhal coral lentils with spinach

Hello everyone,

Indian cuisine is one of the most popular at home, and this coral lentil spinach dhal is my biggest trick to get the kids to eat spinach, and the husband, hehehe

I don’t know why I really like cooking with spinach, but it’s not always to my little family’s taste, they eat it when I make my dish of minced meatballs with spinach, they don’t even realize not that there’s spinach in it, hihihih plus the meatballs are so melting that everyone licks their plate to the end!

This super delicious red lentil dhal with spinach is one of the spinach recipes that I make and that no one asks for, because this dhal is so spicy, not too spicy that it is difficult to detect the taste of spinach. Sometimes I accompany it with cheese naan for more sweetness, otherwise pita bread or a good white rice

With this dhal of coral lentils with spinach, I am participating in the foodista challenge #62 whose godmother is famoh this time.

and here is the theme of this challenge: “Stay greedy during confinement! »

Whether it’s a slow-cooked dish or an express recipe, please your taste buds.

Sweet or savory, the choice is yours.

The only constraint that I ask of you is to put green; whether on your plate, on your dish or in decoration. Green is the color of hope.

What is the Foodista Challenge?

The Foodista Challenge is a culinary challenge launched by Stephanie from the blog kitchenmeunmutton. This culinary challenge brings together bloggers and non-bloggers each month around an imposed theme, on the same day (an ingredient, a country, a color, a material).

dhal coral lentils with spinach
dhal coral lentils with spinach
dhal coral lentils with spinach

coral lentil dhal with spinach

cooking love

type of dish full dish, indian dish

Kitchen indian cuisine

  • 1 white onion
  • 1 vs. tbsp Sunflower oil
  • 120 gr Coral lentils
  • 130 gr Fresh spinach
  • 200 gr Water
  • 2 vs. tablespoon coconut milk
  • 1 vs. coffee Curry
  • 1 vs. Turmeric coffee
  • 1 Vegetables soup optional
  • 1 pinch Salt

with Thermomix

  • Place 1 white onion, peeled and quartered, in the Thermomix and mix 4 sec/speed 5.

  • Add 1 tbsp sunflower oil to the Thermomix and cook 3 min/100°C/speed 2.

  • Add 120 grams of red lentils, 130 grams of minced fresh spinach, 200 grams of water, 2 tablespoons of coconut milk, 1 teaspoon of curry, 1 teaspoon of turmeric, 1 vegetable broth (optional ) and 1 pinch of salt (to be adjusted according to taste) in the Thermomix.

  • Cook 16 min/100°C/speed 1.

  • Serve as is or with white rice.

without the Thermomix:

  • sauté the chopped onion in the oil until it becomes translucent

  • add the sliced ​​fresh spinach, cover and let it melt well

  • Add the red lentils, water, coconut milk, curry, turmeric, vegetable broth (optional) and 1 pinch of salt (adjust according to taste)

  • cook well until the lentils are tender (add water if necessary)

  • taste with cheese naan it’s too greedy!

dhal coral lentils with spinach

indian cuisine, quick recipe, easy recipe, vegetarian cuisine, Ramadan, thermo mix, ramadan 2020

List of participants:

  1. Fabienne from the blog Famoh
  2. Miss Sweetness of the blog Like a desire for sweetness
  3. Vivian from the blog What are we eating?
  4. Natly from the blog A Kitchen for Voozenoo
  5. Martine from the blog Kilometer 0
  6. Assia from the blog Assia delicacy
  7. Delphine from the blog Oh La Gourmet!
  8. Chantal from the blog A Grain of Sand or Salt
  9. Michele from the blog Miechambo Kitchen
  10. Michelle from the blog Pleasures of home
  11. Pomp from the blog Ponpon’s kitchen
  12. Jackie from the blog Jackie’s Kitchen
  13. Virginia from the blog Doesn’t it smell a little burnt there?
  14. Vanessa from the blog Meal of small bonhium
  15. Soulef from the blog A love of cooking
  16. Reinefeuille from the blog Les délices de Reinefeuille
  17. Michele from the blog Crunchy Gourmet fondant
  18. Natalia from the blog Sugar and Spices
  19. Mauricette from the blog Momo Délice
  20. Calonhorely from the blog I have always loved mustard yellow
  21. Dyen’s from the blog Dyen’s Kitchen
  22. blog lic As delicious as a cake
  23. Loubna from the blog Kitchen Test
  24. Catalina from the blog Cat’s blog
  25. Coco de Nice from the blog Cooking Madness
  26. Charlotte from the blog Recipes for getting by
  27. Samar from the blog My culinary inspirations
  28. Sylvie from the blog Clara’s table
  29. Sophia from blog Plume & Prose

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