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Hearty Vegetarian Beet Borscht with Lentils, Quinoa and Fresh Dill

Pretty much anytime I serve up a hearty bowl of borscht, I am again convinced it is one of the healthiest and most comforting soups to be enjoyed during the winter months. However, I enjoy it so much that I would never refuse a bowl, no matter the time of year. I’ve prepared borscht on many occasions, but this recent vegetarian version of the Eastern European classic might just be a new favorite. The mighty beet is necessarily present, along with other earthy vegetables and some lentils and nutty quinoa to fill everything out. Dill was also a must for it’s slightly sweet and bitter flavor, and included are also ...

Thai-Inspired Creamy Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup with Mixed Mushrooms

In the cold autumn and winter months, there is nothing quite like a creamy vegetable soup made up of root vegetables and earthy mushrooms, all simmered together with spicy Thai seasonings that initially tempt and then pleasantly linger on the palate. The lasting allure is beautifully tempered by the soothing presence of coconut milk and the natural sweetness of sweet potatoes and carrots. This soup speaks comfort. It also makes a fair amount, so it’s great for leftovers the next day, especially as the flavors meld together after the soup has been resting overnight. I do like a thick and creamy soup, but as is usually the case, soups are ...

Turmeric Spiked Red Lentil and Spinach Dal

Turmeric is one of nature’s most powerful healing and anti-inflammatory foods, which makes it convenient for those of us who like to cook Indian food that it is also such an essential ingredient in curries. Earthy, slightly bitter, and ranging from aromatic to pungent in taste, turmeric is difficult to take just on its own, but it makes for a delicious background to other Indian seeds and spices. This simple, nourishing and easy-to-digest red lentil and spinach curry is seasoned with a flavorful variety of aromatic seeds and spices including fennel and fenugreek seeds and, if you can get them, peppery nigella seeds. As such, this creamy curry is spiked ...

Turkish Red Lentil Soup with Mushrooms and Sumac

As the astonishing heat and humidity of the past few months seems finally to be settling down in southwestern Ontario, soups become more appealing. I always find the transition from blazing temperatures to cool ones quite an adjustment — a warming bowl of nourishing soup is solacing and comforting and helps the body to adjust. This particular soup also happens to be easy and fairly light, making it an ideal one for late summer temperatures. It’s fairly lightly spiced with some aromatics and fresh mint and some tangy zest from lemon juice and ground sumac. I was smitten with the meaty texture the dried mushrooms added to the bowl. Serve ...

Spicy Lentil Patties with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Weekends are when I usually fuss around with slightly more complicated creations. Not that these spicy and flavorful little red lentil patties are really complicated, just a bit more time consuming than other dishes that I might make during the week. You don’t even need to pull out a food processor for these. Once the lentils are cooked until mushy and drained, simply stir in the rest of the ingredients and shape into little bites. Baking them instead of frying cuts down on the cooking time and they are healthier too because you don’t need oil. Simply line a baking sheet with parchment paper and bake, turning once, until they ...