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Middle_eastern - Middle Eastern Lentil Soup Post by :robyeke Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :3035

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Middle_eastern - Middle Eastern Lentil Soup

2 onions chopped fine
1 lb. round steak, chopped fine
2-3 beef bouillon cubes
6 cups water
3 cups lentils


Sweat your onions in about 1/4 cup oil, add chopped meat, and brown. Add water and bring to boil; skim off froth, add boullion and lentils. You will boil this, stirring occasionally for about an hour, checking to add more water if needed. It will end up looking like mush (don't worry, it's supposed to), and the pink lentils will turn a yellow color.

When your soup is ready to serve, what they do is squeeze 1/2 a lemon, (or more, if you like), and a generous sprinkling of cracked black pepper per bowl. On the side, they serve quarted raw onion, and pita bread.
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