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Leya Liki Lee 5 days ago
I sort of changed the recipe a bit i liquidated some spinach (therefore ALOT more spinach) as well as put chopped pieces in but i added basil to this ontop of that i used a full tin of coconut milk and half a tin of coconut cream im rating it a 4 star because of the combination of spices for this absolutely amazing! Oh plus suggestion ADD SOME CHILI
Danielle a month ago
Amazing flavour and so easy to make I added carrots and skipped the cardom cause of my kids but still great flavour
Varvara a month ago
It was very tasty! I made everything according to the recipe and definitely will cook it again!!
Chrissie 2 months ago
Added 2 carrots when carmelizing the onion which added both color and a bit of sweetness
Hannah Tosi 2 months ago
So good! Added a carrot and used dried thyme like another reviewer suggested. Great for a cold New England night and fast enough to make after work.
Hi 3 months ago
Added cooked chicken. Delicious!
Christie H. 4 months ago
This is such a warm and spicy dish. Perfect for fall. Do not skip on sauteeing the onions. They are necessary for the added depth of flavor.
MH 5 months ago
great. will make again
ProCulinaire 5 months ago
Great... I lowered the Lentil amount in half as we really like brothy soup....It is a very comforting soup... I used lower fat coconut milk and it worked fine. Love Indian cuisine and it is very easy to make
Acob a year ago
The flavors in this soup are amazing and it’s very quick to make. I didn’t have cardamom so I used curry powder instead. I also subbed red lentils since that’s what I had in the cupboard. Will definitely make it again.
Laura G. a year ago
Amazing flavor! I used chicken stock instead of veggie. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly and served it up with some naan. Will definitely make again!
Rosinia a year ago
Delicious! I highly recommend this soup.
Teresa K. a year ago
So delicious! I’ll make it again
Sam a year ago
Too watery so next time will reduce the stock amount and see if any better.
Elinore a year ago
So good and so easy! I added carrots to the onion mixture, pinch of salt to the lentils, and a couple of dashes of cayenne to the herbs. So nourishing.
Jamie a year ago
Still simmering but the flavor is amazing!
Ashley Albert a year ago
Great. I would make it again!
Azania stewart a year ago
Very easy to make and very tasty!!! I was really happy how it turned out :)
Madison Rogers a year ago
Fantastic flavor! I wanted a thicker consistency so only put in about 32 oz of broth in. Definitely keep an eye on the lentils because I left them for too long and they were a bit softer than I wanted :) Serving it over True Root’s lime rice to give it some acidity.
Sabina A. a year ago
Very yummy. I’ve made this twice recently and enjoyed it both times. I used a 1/4 tsp thyme instead of fresh sprig since that’s all I had on hand. I also used a can of unsweetened coconut milk each time. I thought the simmering with lid off allowed it to thicken. I prefer adding the green (used baby spinach and baby kale) just prior to serving, otherwise if keeping in fridge for a couple of days it gets too soggy.
Mary P. a year ago
Great to make on a cold rainy day.. so rich and tasty!
Carol C. 2 years ago
Yum I added more garlic cause I love garlic next time I would probably do 5 cups of veggie broth instead of six so it would be more stew like but again yum
Asiah C. 2 years ago
Didnt taste it yet. Meal prep meal. Smella good though
Chris 2 years ago
So freaking good and a great base to add more veggies to it! Hubby loved it
Michael V. 3 years ago
Awesome! This is a great all-year-round soup. Hearty enough to be a main meal. I also experiment with adding other veg alongside spinach or chard.