Real Foods Organic Lentils Red Split

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100gr
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250gr
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Ingredients

Organic Lentils Red Split ingredients:

ORGANIC Red Split Lentils

Nutritional values per 100g : Energy 1325 kJ / 312 kcal, Protein 23.8g, Carbohydrate 51.3g - Of which sugars 2.4g, Fat 1.3 g - Of which saturates 0.2g, Fibre 3.9g, Sodium 0.036g.

About Organic Lentils Red Split

A small orange coloured pulse, pre hulled and split. Use in soups, stews and pâtés, they make a great daal or dip. No need to pre-soak, simply bring to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes approximately. A portion of pulses (lentils, beans and peas) counts as one of your five a day,

For more information on the nutrition, cooking times and some tasty recipe ideas with pulses have a look at this Real Foods Guide To Pulses.

Colour: Red

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I was in my 50s before I discovered how much I loved lentil soup! Now I make a big pot every week and enjoy it for lunch all week. Personally I just add onion, carrots and tomato puree and I think it makes a really tasty lunch time treat.

By Ross MacKay on 09/04/2014

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