- Soups - add lentils into a vegetable soup
- Porridge - just blend the cooked lentils, you can eventually add hot water for a smoother consistency, season
- Risotto - by combining lentils with bulgur and other classic ingredients that are normally added to risotto, you will create a delicious and easy to prepare meal
- Salad - cooled cooked lentils can be added into a cold salad, it suits great to broccoli and rice for example
- Hash browns - combine cooled cooked lentils with herbs, garlic, chilli, red onion and pour it all with rice flour, form into a shape of hash browns and fry on a pan
- Baked - you can bake lentils similarly as minced meat, such as lasagne or moussaka
- In sauces - lentils can be of a great meat replacement in sauces
- Into pastries - add a little bit less cooked lentils into dough and let it bake, lentils taste similarly to nuts in pastries
Large green lentils are very similar to brown lentils. It turns brown-green after cooking and tastes like unpeeled red lentils. The plant is from the fabaceous family and comes from Asia. Its fruit are pods that contain seeds. Large green lentils were consumed by people already more than 7,000 years ago. Currently, large green lentils are popular especially in India, where it forms a part of many dishes.
Organic food always goes through a system of checks and certifications that ensures their quality and enables them to bear this designation. Their organic quality is particularly appreciated by people with an interest in organic farming and a sustainable farming system.
CompositionLarge green lentils*. May contain traces of gluten and soy. *product of controlled organic farming
Store at relative humidity up to 70%. Store in a dray and dark place.