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merely OK which is odd because I usually love Syrian food. Seemed like it was definitely missing something even with the addition of cumin. Was a decent way to use up some old lentils I had laying around but won't be making this one again any time soon.
This is a very good base recipe. You need to add what you like but mine came out great. I added carrots, corriander, cumin, garlic salt and tabasco. This is a perfect post workout meal packed with protein and low in fat.
Wonderful recipe! I added two bay leaves to the boiling water and lentils, making sure to take them out before step 2 I added a cup of vegetable stock after adding the lemon juice and spinach. The cumin and parsley were a great addition and cracked pepper is a must in my diet!! Delicious!
I added more spinach and the recommended cumin. We really enjoyed it. Ours came out less like a soup than like a thick stew though... and I added in additional water and skipped the step with the flower.
Seemed like it was lacking something. I used some bone broth as part of the liquid; added some pepper and fresh parsley when it still seemed like it needed something more. I think I'll try adding some turkey or some spicy sausage when/if I make this again. At any rate my baby seemed to like it.