Friday, 27 July 2012

Lentil and bulgur soup with lemon and parsley



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20 comments:

  1. Brilliant soup, looks very tasty! Hope you feel better soon. I'll be out so i'll miss the opening ceremony, but I've no doubt I'll catch it at some point on the many repeats!

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  2. Awesome soup! ....I'm really confused about the whole English/Brit thing! :)

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    1. Haha well obviously 'English' is anyone from England. 'Great Britain' actually only refers to the main island (England, Scotland and Wales) but people from Northern Ireland are also 'British'. It makes total sense, I promise! Personally I find it weirder that the USA is split into different states, with their own laws and everything, but is still one country. At least we all have the same laws!!

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  3. I make a very similar lentil soup, I don't use bulgur, and add a little ground ginger, but I bet it tastes very similar. It's everyone's favorite! Now if anyone asks me for the recipe, I can send them to your post :-).

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  4. This looks so good and comforting...even in the middle of the summer I enjoy soups! I love the simplicity of this too! Thanks for sharing on Healthy Vegan Fridays!

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  5. Hope you're feeling better soon! I'm definitely flagging this recipe to try. I'm half Armenian, so Lentil Soup is a standard for me, and we use bulgur in a lot of recipes, but I've never thought to use it in a soup. Now you've got me curious.

    Had to laugh at the whole British/English thing. I used to wonder about that on my Dad's side of the family. He always referred to his Mom as French-Canadian, which I found confusing growing up. Wasn't sure if I was part French or part Canadian.

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  6. I loved the opening of the Olympics...I love how a lot of pieces together make up something really spectacular. I think that is what cooking is all about too. Making something amazing out of little amazing pieces...This looks delicious!
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  7. Hope you feel better very soon, I'm sure this soup will help with that. It sounds delicious.

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  8. i absolutely love soup, all times of the year, all weather. i could literally eat soup every day + be happy. this is totally my type of soup - it looks wonderful!

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  9. This looks absolutely delicious! I can't wait to give it a try!

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  10. I hope you feel better soon. My husband has a summer cold, too. Not fun! This soup looks perfect.

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  11. Thanks for sharing! Always looking for recipes that use bulgar. Thanks!

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  12. Love this recipe. Hope you're feeling better. I agree with your comments, the UK has many more worthwhile things they could have been spending their money on, and the road blocks and traffic jams are a nightmare. Take care ! Joyce

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  13. Lovely soup and that was an amusing article :)

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  14. mmm yum, yum. i love soup any time of year! thanks for sharing!
    xo
    http://allykayler.blogspot.ca/

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  15. Lentil soup is my favorite. Great recipe. Thanks

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  16. Yum. This soup looks delicious! And I really enjoyed reading your blog post! :) Thanks so much for sharing on Marvelous Mondays. I hope to see you again at next week's party!

    Julie

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  17. This is simmering on my stove now. It looks and smells amazing

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