Curried Lentil And Vegetable Broth, With Alfalfa And Seaweed

Even if I do say so myself, this taste fantastic! Its light, refreshing and has a nice tang to it.

  • Fry some onion, 1 large garlic clove, cumin, coriander, medium curry and garam masala powders in a little organic butter. Start with a teaspoon of each, and increase depending on the depth of flavour you desire.
  • Add 1 tbsp of miso paste.
  • Gently add some filtered water to create a nice paste whilst cooking; and let the flavours develop for 5 minutes on low heat.
  • Add your veg; carrots, celery, mushrooms, tomatoes and kale, all cut roughly the same size. Give it all a good stir and let develop for a few minutes.
  • Add your green lentils either soaked over night, or bought in water.
  • Add filtered water to the consistency you like, I always like my soups like a broth.
    Simmer gently until the veg is quite soft. Add some salt and pepper if desired. Leave over night in the pan so the flavours combine.
When you come to have some broth, add alfalfa sprouts and seaweed seasoning. SPROUTS – Sprouting is an amazing way to boost your health; as these little miracles are packed full of vitamins and minerals.

SEAWEED SEASONING – I just purchased these fantastic seasonings recently; they taste amazing. They really add some serious flavour, with the benefit of increased minerals.

Curried Lentil And Vegetable Broth, With Alfalfa And Seaweed  Even if I do say so myself, this taste fantastic!  Its light, refreshing and has a nice tang to it.

Fry some onion, 1 large garlic clove, cumin, coriander, medium curry and garam masala powders in a little organic butter.  Start with a teaspoon of each, and increase depending on the depth of flavour you desire.  Add 1 tbsp of miso paste.  Gently add some filtered water to create a nice paste whilst cooking; and let the flavours develop for 5 minutes on low heat.  Add your veg; carrots, celery, mushrooms, tomatoes and kale, all cut roughly the same size.  Give it all a good stir and let develop for a few minutes.  Add your green lentils either soaked over night, or bought in water.  Add filtered water to the consistency you like, I always like my soups like a broth.
Simmer gently until the veg is quite soft.  Add some salt and pepper if desired.  Leave over night in the pan so the flavours combine.  When you come to have some broth, add alfalfa sprouts and seaweed seasoning.  SPROUTS – Sprouting is an amazing way to boost your health; as these little miracles are packed full of vitamins and minerals.

SEAWEED SEASONING – I just purchased these fantastic seasonings recently; they taste amazing.  They really add some serious flavour, with the benefit of increased minerals.

Enjoy Danielle