We had this as a main course (a huge pile of it) but it would make a good side dish. It’s super savoury, with all the boxes being ticked (sour, sweet, salty, spicy, stuck on bits, burnt bits, squidgy bits, everything).
Winter is here and a lazy Saturday afternoon demanded soup. Ready in 30 minutes, creamy and luxurious, the potato reduces the slimyness that you sometimes get with leeks and the butter ups the creamy feel.
A rare vegetarian meal, but one I love hot or cold.
You will need 500g of fresh spinach (I actually used a mi of fresh which needed using up and frozen to make it up) an egg 300ml milk 200g of red lentils a small onion two slices of bread a inch of strong cheese a heaped tablespoon of premade horseradish a heaped tablespoon of tomato ketchup Butter for greasing Do Fine dice the onion Boil lentils and onion in boiling water until lentils are tender.