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Who I am
Have you ever wanted to cook Indian food with that great authentic
Indian flavor right at home for your family an...
Introduction

Ingredients

Hi, I'm Harjoyt Kang and today we’re going to be making a vegan yellow and
orange lentil soup d...
Of course we are going to be using one jar of India Base.

So we got a pinch of salt to taste and we got our favorite jala...
Step 2

Step 3

And now we are going to add in our two diced tomatoes. So give that a good
stir and we are going to leave ...
So I’m going to add in, one ladle full to start of the lentils. Going to mix it
around. Stir. And now I’m going to add in,...
All done!

Cover it for another 15-minutes. Once I’ve stirred all of India base. At this
stage, you can add in any salt, o...
Please send me a quick email at
support@indiabase.ca and I will be more
than happy to send you a special coupon
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Lentil Soup Daal - Indian Food Recipe

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Lentil soup is a great source of protein and is another comfort food. This Indian lentil soup is light, but has a rich flavor that is perfect eaten alone, or with a side of wild rice. This particular recipe uses two types of lentils-one orange and one yellow. These autumn-like colors add a contrast, not only in color, but also taste.

A wonderful lentil soup recipe that is perfect for those cold rainy days! Step by step directions on how to make a delicious Yellow (mung) and Orange (masoor) Lentil dish using India Base.

For more recipes like this lentil soup dish please visit http://www.indiabase.ca

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  1. 1. Who I am Have you ever wanted to cook Indian food with that great authentic Indian flavor right at home for your family and friends? That's healthy yet delicious and can be prepared within minutes? Well, you are going to love India Base! Learn to make famous Indian dishes within minutes like:        Butter Chicken Vindaloo Palak Paneer Fish Curry Tandoori Dal Makhani Chickpea Masala How to Cook Indian Food: Lentil Soup For many more Indian food recipes visit www.IndiaBase.ca Contact Us Feel free to contact me for any questions regarding India Base or about my Indian food recipes. Web: www.IndiaBase.ca INDIA BASE www.IndiaBase.ca India Base www.IndiaBase.ca Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  2. 2. Introduction Ingredients Hi, I'm Harjoyt Kang and today we’re going to be making a vegan yellow and orange lentil soup daal using India Base. So the first ingredient we’re going to be using is two cups of lentils. This one base creates hundreds of Indian dishes from scratch and it makes it really easy and simple to do. Now here are the ingredients for this amazing recipe. So one cup of yellow lentils or mung lentils and one cup of orange lentils or masoor lentils. Now if you’re buying these bulk from your food shop, it’s really important you sift through them just to make sure you don’t get any impurities in the lentils. We washed it in a little bit of water, drained the water and then it’s ready to pop it into our six cups of boiling water that we are going to use. We diced up two medium sized tomatoes. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  3. 3. Of course we are going to be using one jar of India Base. So we got a pinch of salt to taste and we got our favorite jalapeno that we’re going to leave whole and we’ve cut it down the middle. So keep checking on it every few minutes or so and to give it a stir and also to check how much water is left. Because you don’t want it to run out and the lentils will thicken up on you. So to this I’m going to add a pinch of salt. Step 1 And this is completely optional but you can add a pinch of turmeric to the water, if you don’t have turmeric that’s okay. Because India base has turmeric in it already. So you don’t need to worry too much about that. So we added in our two cups of lentils, six cups of boiling water, and it’s right now boiling at a high heat level. I’m going to add in the whole jalapeno. And we’ll take that out once we finish cooking the lentils. Once it hits that boil, bring it down to a medium heat. So it’s simmering nicely. You want to cook the lentils for 20-25 minutes. And you want to add water as needed, so a good way to kind of indicate how much water you have in the pot is you want the lentils to be submerged at least 3 inches of water I would say. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  4. 4. Step 2 Step 3 And now we are going to add in our two diced tomatoes. So give that a good stir and we are going to leave that on to a medium to medium-high heat. So we’ve been boiling the lentils for a good 20-25 minutes. We are going to cover it, leaving a small crack open letting out some of the steam escape, because if you don’t it’s going to boil up on you. And you don’t want that to happen. We’re going to keep checking up on it for 20-25 minutes. A little longer just depending on how soft you want the lentils and then we’ll check back on it and add water as needed. You’ll notice that while you are cooking them that there’s a type of film or froth that is collected at the top. So what you want to do is with your spoon just remove that layer that rises to the top. And get rid of it. So we got our lentils going, and in our pot here, in our saucepan here, we’ve added one tablespoon of olive oil. To that I’m actually going to add dried fenny Greek leaves and it adds a little bit of flavor. And if you don’t have this, that’s alright, you can add a little bit of cilantro at the end, but it just adds a little bit of greenness to the dish. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  5. 5. So I’m going to add in, one ladle full to start of the lentils. Going to mix it around. Stir. And now I’m going to add in, the second ladle full of the lentils. So I’ll add in our whole jar of India base. And we’re going to do something called tempering up the lentils. So this is a really great way to add flavor to your lentil dish. So what we’re going to do once we’ve mixed our India base with the olive oil and it’s warmed through. Now we’ve got this on a medium-heat. Mix it through. Step 4 So this is a great way to add in flavor right into the base, of the dish, which is our India base. And then we are going to mix it in, to get in all of the flavors incorporated with the lentils. I’m going to turn that off, and throw that right in with the rest of the lentils. This is a unique way of adding flavor directly into the lentils. So I’m going to let this simmer again on our medium to medium-low heat. So India base has been warming through now for about a couple of minutes. Turned it up to about a medium high heat. And now what I’m going to do is temper the lentils. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  6. 6. All done! Cover it for another 15-minutes. Once I’ve stirred all of India base. At this stage, you can add in any salt, or add in anymore heat. So I’m just going to give it a good stir cover it up and cook for another 10-15 minutes. So there you have it, a super simple, and yellow and orange lentil soup daal. The perfect dish to start the day or as a mid-day meal. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
  7. 7. Please send me a quick email at support@indiabase.ca and I will be more than happy to send you a special coupon discount when purchasing my India Base simmer sauce from my website. Sincerely, Harjoyt Kang Thank You and Enjoy! Well thank you so much for following my Lentil Soup recipe, I’ve made plenty more, easy to make and healthy Indian recipes at my website www.IndiaBase.ca. India Base www.IndiaBase.ca If you enjoyed my recipe, I encourage you to share this with friends and family. Copyright All Rights Reserved © India Base (www.IndiaBase.ca)
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