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Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup

January/February 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (563 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

36 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Moroccan Lentil Soup

02/04/2016

I wish I had read the previous reviews and doubled the spices. This is a good healthy soup and it does improve in flavor with time. I did not use a slow cooker but used the alternative directions. It turned out great.

healthy and filling
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02/04/2016

I wish I had read the previous reviews and doubled the spices. This is a good healthy soup and it does improve in flavor with time. I did not use a slow cooker but used the alternative directions. It turned out great.

healthy and filling
Comments
02/04/2016

I wish I had read the previous reviews and doubled the spices. This is a good healthy soup and it does improve in flavor with time. I did not use a slow cooker but used the alternative directions. It turned out great.

healthy and filling
Comments
02/04/2016

I wish I had read the previous reviews and doubled the spices. This is a good healthy soup and it does improve in flavor with time. I did not use a slow cooker but used the alternative directions. It turned out great.

healthy and filling
Comments
01/31/2016
Anonymous
great with some additions

Added some butternut squash, way more spices than the recipe recommended, a few chunks of salted pork and a little garlic salt. My husband who loves spicy food added Sriracha sauce to his and it tasted great. We used some cilantro in a tube at the end, skipped the spinach as we didn't have any.

easy, can be altered depending on ingredients at hand
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