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Delicious recipes with lentils
A variety of dishes can be prepared from lentils: hearty stews, Indian dhals, hearty spreads, crispy patties, delicious salads and much more. In our recipe section you will find more than 50 delicious recipes with lentils (see previous link).
If you prefer to watch cooking videos, our chefs Ben and Rahel will show you step by step how you can cook delicious dishes from lentils. You can find our lentil recipes on our YouTube channel here.
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