Soups and stews are a delicious, hearty way to warm up in the cooler weather. I always find it relaxing when going through the process. There's chopping, slicing, sautéing, and even baking the different parts to achieve the end result. Ahh, wonderful bowls of soup to share around my table.
There are endless possibilities and I cannot think of a single country's cuisine I've tried that does not have some type of soup. It's like a universal comfort food. Americans have hearty stews with meats and seafood, Asia has rice noodle soups with a bone broth, and the Middle East features a lot of pulse and legume-based stews. It's a world of things to try!
One of my personal favorites, and included in this blog, is Middle Eastern Lentil Stew. Typically, it is brought out with your meal like a side. I tried it and wanted to have it as an entree.
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- Middle Eastern Lentil Soup
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