Zuppa di Lenticchie is a hearty Italian lentil and vegetable soup that was born out of cucina povera cooking.
This simple vegan two lentil Dahl requires only easy-to-find ingredients and little more than a few chops and several stirs to make. It’s the perfect protein-rich meal to prepare on a Sunday and enjoy throughout the week, and it can easily be doubled or even tripled and then frozen.
Dinner tonight doesn’t have to be hard to be fabulous. Case in point, these vegetarian, gluten-free halloumi and lentil bowls with broccolini and roasted peppers all drizzled with magic blender dressing. They take 30 minutes max to put together, most of which is chill time while the lentils simmer away.
This pasta with lentil bolognese is made with just a few ingredients that you most likely have hiding in your pantry. It’s perfectly hearty for the next cold day.
Dig into this comforting winter salad loaded with escarole, pomegranate, French goat cheese and warm lentils, that will refresh you, but also keep things cozy.
This beautiful salad is the perfect side dish for your next dinner party. It’s loaded with lentils, delicata squash, kale, apple and more. Plus, the leftovers make for a perfect lunch.
This Polish lentil stew, or Grochowka, is very similar to dhal and just as hearty and delicious.
This lentil sloppy joe is full of warm, hearty flavors and is perfect in a brioche bun, on a salad or served with rice.
They’re hearty, beautiful and will please a group of vegetarian and meat-eaters. Dig into a plate of these colorful lentil tacos.
These vegetarian sliders are loaded with lentils and beets and topped with avocado, sprouts and a tahini sauce to be a colorful stack.
A bowl of this hearty sausage, kale and lentil stew in a tomato-based broth will warm you to the core while filling you up and bringing loads of nutrients to the table.
Let vegetables and lentils add great protein and flavor to this usually meaty bolognese dish.
A quick and easy recipe for a healthy dhal, an earthy, gluten free lentil soup that makes for the perfect Indian meal.
A hearty bolognese goes vegetarian when meat is substitute for lentils. Top with a creamy buffalo mozzarella for a mouthwatering meal.
Batteries running low? Need a pick-me-up? Popping open an energy drink won’t last long, no no. Your well being deserves better than that. Treat your body right with a bowl of this healing soup. Feel the goodness with every spoonful.
Perfect with spaghetti or as a meatless appetizer, these vegetarian meatballs use red quinoa, lentils, and hemp seeds for great flavor and texture.
Red lentils make a vibrant vegetarian burger with just enough creamy cheese. Top with a greek yogurt and wasabi sauce for delicious spice.
Dosa is a crisp crepe with a spongy, melt in the mouth interior, which encases a mildly spiced potato and onion curry, that is dipped in coconut chutney.
Slow and steady wins the race. It tastes great with goat cheese and results in a reflection of patience and quality ingredients with herb and citrus notes.
An easy, comforting fall chili that’s vegetarian to boot. This warm bowl of goodness with warm the soul and give your home a beautiful aroma on a cool day.
Not reserved just for vegetarians or those looking to make budget friendly meals. It’s hard to say no to a bowl of spiced and stewed lentils.
A lentil salad celebrates the cusp of summer, vibrant flavors of ripe tomatoes, drenched in tangy cumin dressing. And it travels well to feed a crowd.
Comfort dish lentil soup, fragrant with kaffir lime leaves, chilli and shredded coconut.
This soup is perfect for a chilly winter evening – hearty, rich and absolutely delicious.
This comforting Northern Indian dish stays creamy but cuts the dairy by using to coconut milk.
Repurpose leftover lentils and spare veggies in this super simple and quick recipe.
If you’re carving pumpkins this Halloween use the “guts” to make your own pumpkin puree. If not, canned puree works just as well in this soup.
Serve this soup over rice for a comforting dinner or pour it into a mug for a warming snack anytime.
Enjoy this super festive Indian lentil soup with Bati, a type of hard wheat roll bread.
This salad is so much more than the sum of its parts. It has a rich, complex flavour combining many ingredients you wouldn’t necessarily have put together.
This soup is so comforting, smooth and creamy, with just a hint of heat.
Deep Fried Lentil Fritters is a favorite tea time snack of the Malayalies…. to be precise…. it is THE most popular deep fried snack of South India.
Packed with protein and vitamins this is one healthy soup you’re going to love!
Pesarattu is very similar to the Dosa (Indian pancakes), the only difference being the ingredients. This one is largely lentil based.
Yellow dal is a lentil soup or dal made by boiling tuvar dal (yellow pigeon peas) with sautéed garlic, mustard seeds and chillies.
This is perfect for weeknight meals or impromptu lunches, and can be made milder or hotter based on preference.
Shuchi Mittal serves up these delicious lentil filled phyllo cups with a crunch on the top.
These savory little fried dumplings from Suchitra Vaidyaram are absolutely delicious.
Menthya matvadi palya is a heartwarming, vegan, and high protein dish which is filled with nutritious greens.
Cassie Laemmli serves a flavorful and spicy twist on a healthy vegetarian chili.
A great meatless burger featuring lentils and topped with tzatziki.
Brady Evans cooks a red lentil soup with lime and a hint of cinnamon for an evening on her own.