Greek Style Lentils Cooked In The Slow Cooker
Last Monday was Clean Monday, which in Greece is the start of Lent, which is traditionally a time when many Greeks give up meat. From now until Easter it’s vegetables all the way (not for us, I’d be lynched for even making such a suggestion).
If you’ve spent time in Greece you may be aware that beans and lentils are a staple in the kitchen. I always have a selection of dried beans in the cupboard. A meal full of beans makes a satisfying and filling winter dish.
This recipe is for Greek style lentils (fakes) cooked in the slow cooker. Lentils cook perfectly in the slow cooker and there is no need for presoaking.
Not only is this recipe quick to prepare. Any leftovers will freeze nicely too.
My food photography needs a little work, but it’s the taste that counts. Right?
Are you a fan of lentils? Have you tried Greek style lentils before?
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