8 oz (227g) Red Beans 8 oz (227g) Lentils 1 Can (1 lb / 454g) Diced Tomatoes 1 Onion 3 Garlic Cloves Vegetable Oil Plain Yogurt Salt, Cumin Powder, Turmeric, Crushed Red Pepper Preparations: 1- Soak red beans overnight or at least 8 hours. 2- Dice the onion. 3- Rinse the lentils. Directions: 1- Using a strainer spoon, Transfer the soaked red beans onto a pot. 2- Add salt and pour in enough water to cover the beans. 3- Cover the pot and simmer for an hour over medium-low heat or until well cooked. 4- fry the diced onion and garlic cloves with vegetable oil until translucent. 5- Stir in cumin powder, turmeric, and crushed red pepper and continue frying for a minute. 6- Add the lentils and enough water to cover the lentils. (Add more salt if preferred). 7- Cover the pot and simmer for 30 minutes. 8- Stir in the cooked red beans and a can of diced tomatoes and continue boiling for another 30 minutes. 9- Top with plain yogurt when serving.
Madras Lentils CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Veggie and healthy Madras Lentils contains high amounts dietary fiber, manganese, phosphorus, and thiamin. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) of this madras lentils recipe contains 21 percent iron, 13 percent vitamin C, and 6 percent vitamin C. One serving of madras lentils has 209 calories (24 calories from fat), 2.7g total fat (0.5g saturated fat), 0mg cholesterol, 17mg sodium, 663mg potassium, 33.5g total carbohydrates (13.6g dietary, 2.6g sugars), and 13.3g protein.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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