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August 12, 2012

Mexican red lentil stew with lime and cilantro, from Kalyn's Kitchen

Mexican red lentil stew with lime and cilantro for Meatless Monday, from  Kalyn's Kitchen (on Soup Chick).

Even though I didn't plant cilantro in my herb garden this summer, I have three or four plants that self-seeded from last year and popped up in the row of flat-leaf parsley. The plants seem happy there, and while I'm reluctant to let them go to seed again, I definitely want to give them space in my cooking. Perfect for Meatless Monday, this recipe for Mexican red lentil stew with lime and cilantro from Kalyn's Kitchen calls for a full cup of cilantro. Kalyn is a notorious cilantro lover, and I'm not, so I'd cut back to a tablespoon or two. And, because it's me, I'd have to add a bit more green Tabasco.

Get the recipe for Mexican red lentil stew with lime and cilantro on Kalyn's Kitchen.

More on Soup Chick:
Curried red lentil and yogurt soup
Red lentil rhubarb soup
Armenian red lentil soup

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Posted by: Kalyn | August 12, 2012 at 10:13 AM

I've made this several years in a row for my annual soup party, and it's always been a big, big hit! Thanks for the feature.

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Posted by: Jeanette | August 12, 2012 at 03:53 PM

I'm saving this recipe for when it gets a little cooler. I love cilantro and spicy foods, so I think I'd stick with the cilantro in Kalyn's recipe and add the hot sauce.

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Posted by: susan g | August 16, 2012 at 11:29 AM

Sounds like perfect August food to me!

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