Lentils are easy to prepare as they don't need long soaking. Lentils are nutritious and taste great in soup whether it is vegetarian, or with bacon or sausage.
Apricots in lentil soup? It sounds unusual but this is a common Middle Eastern technique. Cumin and thyme provide a gorgeous flavour.
Lentils offer a valuable amount of iron, along with plenty of folate and low-fat protein. They're also a very good source of niacin and potassium.
Lentils are great in soup because unlike other pulses they don't need to be soaked before cooking. This smooth carrot soup has blue cheese for extra richness.
This is an easy and filling soup for busy people. Add some carrots or celery or any other veggies for variation.
An aromatic, 'main meal' soup that has a rich flavour & is highly nutritious.
Choose red lentils as they cook quicker to a pulp or soft puree. Alternatively, use green or brown, which will retain their shape.
Colourful pumpkin soup has been a beloved winter warmer for generations.
A combination of great vegetables including sweet potato, carrots and an apple, this winter pureed soup will warm you up on the inside while still protecting the waistline. The yoghurt can be substituted for feta or a non-dairy alternative.
This is an easy to make soup with ingredients that I always have in the house. It is full of flavour and great for a cold winter's night.
A spicy red lentil soup with onions, spinach, basil, cumin and cayenne for a bit of a kick, that is delicious, fast and easy to make.