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Strained Lentil Soup (with flour and potatoes)

Release Date: 03-11-2007
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I made it recently, it was really good. This recipe makes soup for 2 people for 2 weeks, but for your information :) By the way, the photo belongs to my dear friend Ferdaya, she uses 1 extra potato instead of flour because she does not like to use flour..


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Ingredients for Strained Lentil Soup (with flour and potatoes)

  • 250 gr. Red lentil,
  • 25 gr. Fame,
  • 50 gr. butter,
  • 50 gr. small diced toast,
  • 1 potato,
  • 1 onion,
  • 1 lemon,
  • 2 marrow bones,
  • 5 gr. Red pepper,
  • 1 gr. cumin,
  • 5 glasses of water.

How to Make Strained Lentil Soup (with flour and potatoes)?

  1. Washed lentils and peeled potatoes and onions are thrown into the marrow bone.
  2. 5 glasses of water are added, salt is added, it is boiled and the kefir that comes to the surface is taken.
  3. The soup is whisked from time to time where it boils.
  4. After the mixture is cooked for 45 minutes, it is passed through a strainer.
  5. Butter is put in the pan, melted, and then flour is added to the melted butter and whisked, and the flour is roasted until it turns slightly pink.
  6. After roasting, a glass of water and previously prepared lentils are added, toasted bread and cumin are added.
  7. Red pepper is thrown on the butter that is burned in a separate pan and this oil is poured over the soup.
  8. Soup is ready to serve.
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"Strained Lentil Soup (with flour and potatoes)5 comments for ”

  • On January 27, 2011 at 15:57 am

    when is it published

  • On January 27, 2011 at 15:55 am

    uffff worthy of my mouth superrrrrrrrrrrrrrr good luck to you

  • On February 08, 2008 at 07:09

    Thank you very much for this good information, we need such suggestions as working people, I will definitely try it. Love…

  • On February 02, 2008 at 06:38

    your site is very nice, congrats to your hands
    a little suggestion from me, if the lentils you cook are too much, put the rest in the freezer bag and put them in the deep freezer.


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