Lentils help cleanse and stimulate the kidneys and adrenal system, strengthen the heart and circulation and boost energy and vitality. When lentils are germinated, their nourishment become more easily digestible, and after just 3-4 days of sprouting, their soluble fiber, which helps lower LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar and regulate insulin levels, increases 300 percent!
One Pot Green Lentils with Sweet Potatoes and Kale are a hearty vegetarian meal - easy to make and packed with nutrition and flavor, these are sure to become a favorite! Get the vegetarian recipe on RachelCooks.com!
Adding lentils to the dinner roster is a good way to eat meat-free, but all too often they can be boring. This recipe — which adds cheese, meaty mushrooms, nutty brown rice, and plenty of fresh parsley to the mix — solves this. It transforms protein-rich lentils into a comforting baked casserole that really doesn't need anything else to call it a meal (although a simple green salad on the side would be welcome).
Whether you’re a seasoned lentil lover or still a skeptic, TRY these brown lentils! It’s an easy recipe ideal for busy weeknights and packed with nutrition, not to mention inexpensive and filling! Naturally vegan and gluten free.
MIDDLE EASTERN LAMB AND LENTIL RICE PILAF -- This pilaf is so aromatic that you’ll be transported to a Moroccan spice market. With a surprising amount of greens “hidden” in the pilaf, this is a complete meal made in one pot with an “A” Grade nutrition rating. Just 10 minutes of active effort, a fabulous midweek meal to pop into your RecipeTin app!