Lentil Curry

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Yields10 Servings

Ingredients
200 g Dried red split lentils
5 Very large (or 8 medium) carrots cut into small chunks
3 Mixed peppers finely chopped
2 Medium onions finely diced
2 Cloves garlic
3 tbsp Curry Paste
1 Tinned tomatoes
2 Handfuls of cherry tomatoes
1 Can of coconut Milk
Good4U Garlic & Chilli Salad Topper
Frozen kale and spinach or green peas (optional)

Method
1

Fry the onions and garlic in olive oil on medium to high heat until browned.

2

Stir in the curry paste and fry for a further 1-2 minutes

3

Add the lentils and fry for 2 minutes (make sure not to burn - turn down the heat if you need to)

4

Add chopped carrots and peppers, mix well

5

Add approximately 3 cups of water followed by 1 tin of tomatoes and two handfuls of cherry tomatoes

6

Bring to the boil and then summer for 20 minutes, make sure to stir every few minutes as lentils can stick to the pan. Add water if you feel the curry is becoming dry

7

Add coconut milk and leave to simmer for a further 10 minutes.

8

Add greens (kale, spinach, peas) if you like.

9

Serve with rice of your choice and top with Good4U Salad Topper Garlic & Chilli

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Ingredients

Ingredients
 200 g Dried red split lentils
 5 Very large (or 8 medium) carrots cut into small chunks
 3 Mixed peppers finely chopped
 2 Medium onions finely diced
 2 Cloves garlic
 3 tbsp Curry Paste
 1 Tinned tomatoes
 2 Handfuls of cherry tomatoes
 1 Can of coconut Milk
 Good4U Garlic & Chilli Salad Topper
 Frozen kale and spinach or green peas (optional)

Directions

Method
1

Fry the onions and garlic in olive oil on medium to high heat until browned.

2

Stir in the curry paste and fry for a further 1-2 minutes

3

Add the lentils and fry for 2 minutes (make sure not to burn - turn down the heat if you need to)

4

Add chopped carrots and peppers, mix well

5

Add approximately 3 cups of water followed by 1 tin of tomatoes and two handfuls of cherry tomatoes

6

Bring to the boil and then summer for 20 minutes, make sure to stir every few minutes as lentils can stick to the pan. Add water if you feel the curry is becoming dry

7

Add coconut milk and leave to simmer for a further 10 minutes.

8

Add greens (kale, spinach, peas) if you like.

9

Serve with rice of your choice and top with Good4U Salad Topper Garlic & Chilli

Lentil Curry