Lentils are food that should be part of our menus as often as possible. This is because of its nutritional properties, which is because of the variety of its uses. It is an excellent substitute for meat, because, in addition to vitamins and minerals, it is rich in complex carbohydrates, plant proteins and fibre.
Green lentils are mild in taste and therefore go well with garlic, tomato and basil. Today's recipe prepared by Doris brings so much flavour and is so filling that your thought won’t be “Where’s the meat?” but rather “Can I have a second helping?”
Meatless meatballs? Why not... After all, lentils stand out with both texture and protein content and are a great meat analogue.
If you’re looking for a way to add more plant protein to your diet, look no further than lentils. This affordable legume cooks quickly and is incredibly versatile. From stews and salads to pancakes and croquettes, you can prepare it in a bunch of ways and you can eat it hot or cold!
Healthy cooking rules! Especially if you cook according to recipes from the most recent NEWSLETTER.