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So I was just accepted for WIC and have a voucher for beans beans and more beans lol I cook red beans and rice on occasion, and sure split pea soup is nice from time to time, but what in the world do I do with the rest of these lentils?
I need recipe advice big time! I'm pretty open to most food ideas; there are only a few things I won't eat: Tofu or soy products (except soy sauce) and shellfish. Yep big list huh lol
Okie dokie ladies... help me out please!
10.03.13 8lbs 11oz 21 inches
Excuse my typos, there is either a baby on my boob or sleeping in my arms
Thank you *sharon* for my adorable siggy
I don't know what kind of beans you can get, but here's what I do with them:
White Chicken Chilli
Grind them up with other vegetables to make veggie patties
Dal (Indian lentils with gravy, usually served over rice)
Refried Beans, which I sometimes put in a casserole dish sprayed with pam, then top with cheese and scallions, bake and serve with chips, sour cream and salsa.
3 Bean Salad (which I LOVE during the summer)
To give the kids extra fiber, I'll grind beans up and add them to spaghetti sauce, sauce for lasagna, throw them in meatloaf, plus I incorporate them into taco meat, taco salad, and burritos - basically wherever they can go without the kids noticing.
There's a good copycat recipe for the blackbean soup at Panera bread floating around on the internet - whip some of that up and serve it with a salad and a side of crusty bread.
Hummus (I serve mine with warm pita triangles, celery, carrots, raddish and kalmatta olives)
I'm sure there's lots more, but this is all I can think of for now.
As you can tell, I eat a ton of lentils, so if you have any problems working with them, just ask away. All of the above recipes are really common and easily found doing a general search.