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25 May 2008

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Marc @ NoRecipes

Looks delicious Syrie, I've never cooked with lentils before, but I'm going to look for them the next time I'm at the market.

Tarah

Hm. This sounds really good! I'll have to try this.

Syrie

Thanks Marc. They are really delicious and versatile. I had them a long time ago with roast lamb cutlets. They'd been cooked with pearl onions and bay leaves.

Kalyn

Looks delicious! I'm a huge lentils fan, but this type is a bit hard to find here.

Patricia Scarpin

I love lentils but have never had them this way, Syrie - yum, yum!

Syrie

Thanks Tarah. Hope you like it!

Thanks Kalyn, me too. I think you can order them online. I'll look into it and get back to you.

Hi Patricia, I was very surprised at what an excellent substitute to meat they were. They were almost better than beef!

Katerina

I love this idea! I am trying to eat more vegetarian and this looks great.

syrie

Hi Katerina. Glad you like it and it's a great meat substitute, filling and healthy.

maria v

lentils are very popular in greece as a main dish/soup - great alternative to mince, they even look the same!

Xiaolu

That looks like a lovely recipe! What size would you recommend if I were to bake this recipe in one pan? Thanks!

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