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Moroccan Lentil Soup

January/February 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (127 votes)

Like most soups, this healthy Moroccan lentil soup recipe gets better with time, so make it a day ahead if you can—or try our easy slow cooker/crock pot recipe variation.


Moroccan Lentil Soup

20 Reviews for Moroccan Lentil Soup

08/22/2015
Anonymous
Really Tasty

I made this without the tomato, tomato paste, spinich, cilantro, or lemmon juice (because I didn't have it and I'm not a huge fan of tomato's in my soup anyway) but it didn't matter! This is a really healthy (clean), high protein and good fiber, yummy soup! And it's vegitarian, I used the No-chicken broth from Imagine. I used up my precut veggies I had leftover.

healthy, hearty, good fiber, high protein
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08/12/2015
Anonymous
yum!

As a variation, I tried adding a Harissa spiced lamb sausage instead of the cauliflower to make it a little heartier . Equally yummy .The lemon juice at the end is essential for both recipes.

Great simple Mediterranean recipe.
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01/03/2015
Anonymous

I like my spicy food spicy and thought it fell a little short. I added more curry powder, salt, and pepper for this first attempt. Other than that it was good as I've made lentil soups before that have tasted awful. Great soup with a little tweaking.

Very hearty soup
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01/03/2015
Anonymous

I like my spicy food spicy and thought it fell a little short. I added more curry powder, salt, and pepper for this first attempt. Other than that it was good as I've made lentil soups before that have tasted awful. Great soup with a little tweaking.

Very hearty soup
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10/13/2014
Anonymous

I added 1 teas of a good imported curry, chopped kale, and sprinkled chopped salted peanuts when serving. It is think with red lentil and has a lovely taste. I think the curry did it. Darla Rae Duffy

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