Lentil stew with sweet potatoes, cauliflower, and curry
Hey! My name is Ludvig and I’m 9 years old. A few days ago, my mom Mia made something that I really didn’t want for dinner. It didn’t look good and the food was sort of sticky. I sat down at the table and tasted it. It felt disgusting that I even ate it, but then I realized how good it was and ate all of it. I recommend for all kids to try it. It’s healthy and good. Ok, that’s all! Bye to all the nice fans out there!
P.S. Adults should also try it. Mom can write the recipe below.
1 yellow onion
2 garlic cloves
1 cup red lentils
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 tablespoon curry (or 1 teaspoon turmeric, 1 teaspoon cumin)
1 sweet potato
1/4 cauliflower head
1 big carrot
1 can crushed tomatoes
1 cup water
salt and freshly ground black pepper
baby spinach (optional)
Chop the onion and heat it on low-temperature in coconut oil, preferably with the curry, for a few minutes. Rinse the lentils, dice the potatoes, divide the cauliflower head into smaller bouquets and chop the carrot. Put everything in the saucepan with the crushed tomatoes, the water, and the spices. Boil at low temperature until the vegetables soften and some of the liquid has boiled away. It should take about 20 minutes. Turn down the heat and add fresh baby spinach just before serving, and let the kids choose the thing to eat it with (we ate it with wheat grains).
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