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Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup

January/February 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (216 votes)

Like most soups, this Moroccan lentil soup recipe gets better with time as the complex seasonings have time to develop. Make it a day ahead if you can—this easy slow cooker/crock pot recipe variation makes it a cinch to get the soup cooking while you do other things.


Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup Recipe

18 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup

03/18/2014
Anonymous
Good went to great with heat

I added 1 jalapeño & 2 tsp of red pepper flakes

Easy
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02/16/2014
Anonymous
Smells wonderful,but lacks in taste

I was so happy with the recipe while it was cooking--easy to throw together, smelled wonderful, etc. But unfortunately, it was rather dull in flavor. However, I'd give it a shot again, using the suggestions from others (like skinless chicken thighs). Not sure what vegetarians can do.

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12/02/2013
Anonymous
Love this!

I love this soup! The lemon and cilantro really bring out all of the flavors.

Packed with veggies, easy
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11/29/2013
Anonymous
Yummy and Warm

I loved this soup. I also added zucchini instead of cauliflower and used a mix of green and red lentils. It is incredibly warm (probably the cinnamon) and is perfect for a cold winter day. Makes the house smell amazing as well! will make again.

healthy,comfortable,warm
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10/28/2013
Anonymous
Very good with modifications

This one is for sure going to be saved in my recipe book. I added double the amount of seasoning and about 3/4 cup extra lentils (we like thicker soups). I also didn't add cinnamon (not a fan) and substituted it for a curry seasoning blend and some hot sauce instead. Dreaming of my next bowl with a hunk of bread :)

great flavor, easy, good for you
slow- cooker moroccan lentil soup
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Anonymous wrote 37 weeks 4 days ago

I also added salt!

I also added salt!

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