Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Lentils with Sausage

I'm making this right now, so we'll see how it ultimately turns out. I like to experiment with lentil soup and whatever I've got lying around, here's the latest.
2 1/3 C Dry Lentil soup (I've got some leftover from when the church cannery made their own "mix". I've also found a similar mix at my local Lebanese market. Random. It's basically yellow and brown lentils, rice, a little dried onion and little tiny alphabet noodles. Random again. I bet it can be found in a regular grocery store in the international/middle eastern section.)
5 C Water
5 Cubes Chicken Bullion
1 TBS Dried Onion
1/2 tsp Garlic powder
1/2 tsp Curry Powder
(just under) 1/2 tsp Chili Powder
2 dashes Ground Pepper
2 dashes Season Salt
1 dried Bay Leaf
1 Turkey Kielbasa
Basically, mix it all (except the Kielbasa) together in a slow cooker and leave on high. After a couple of hours, chop up some Turkey Kielbasa and brown it on the stove, then toss that into the slow cooker, stir and serve. OR* serve it on top of the lentil concoction. Good Luck! This is what we'll be eating tonight for dinner.

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