Lentil Soup (seriously amazing!) (2022)

Don’t settle for bland Lentil Soup!Make it right and you’ll have everyone begging for seconds….and thirds… This lentil recipe is one of the best nourishing, simple dishes you can make with dried lentils that’s 100% delicious. Use green lentils, red lentils, brown lentils or a lentil soup mix.

All it takes is a hint of spice flavourings, bay leaves and finishing it off with a touch of lemon to elevate this soup. It’s an easy recipe that delivers terrific results, a 5 star reader favourite with hundreds of feedback from readers!

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Lentil Soup

Lentil soup is quite possibly the least sexy sounding soup on the planet.

At least, in my world. Regular readers know that I’m all about big flavours. Spicy, herby, curries – kapow, kapow, kapow!

But you know what? A well made Lentil Soup recipe is can’t-stop-eating-it good. You’ll go back for seconds and thirds, then you’ll be taking big tubs of it to work for lunch and happily have it for dinner again.

And – I’m going to say it (*head swell*) – plenty of readers have said this is thebest lentil soup they’ve ever had!

A well made Lentil Soup recipe is can’t-stop-eating-it good.

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Is lentil soup good for you?

If you’re wondering if lentil soup is good for you, the answer isyes! Lentils arenutritious, rich in minerals, protein, low in fat, high in fibre (digestive health). They are a terrific vegetarian source of protein with 25% of the calories in lentils attributable to protein.

Lentils are a carbohydrate, but it’s slow burning which means it keeps you fuller for longer.Studies also suggest that lentils are good for heart health.

The added benefit is thatthey are low in calories with 116 calories in 1 cup of cooked lentils (which is roughly the amount per serving of this lentil soup).

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What does lentil soup taste like?

It tastes savoury and has a flavour boost from a hint of spices. There’s an undertone of natural sweetness from the soffritoflavour base of onion, carrot and celery. My favourite part is the texture! It’s thick and comforting, and just made for dunking in hot crusty bread!

What goes in Lentil Soup

Here’s what goes in my lentil soup. Nothing fancy, just everyday ingredients.

So what makes this Lentil Soup so good?

  • A touch of spices.

  • Cooking the onion, carrot and celery slowly so they sweeten and make a beautiful flavour base.

  • Lemon –The “secret” ingredient.Yes really. Little tip I picked up from Ina Garten. Just a bit of zest and squeeze of fresh lemon makes all the difference which takes it from really good to great!

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Do you cook lentils before adding to soup?

Nope! Dried lentils cook in 35 minutesin the soup, and there’s no need to soak them either!

What type of lentils are best for lentil soup?

Dried lentils are best for lentil soup. You can use most types of lentils for this recipe – brown, green, red or yellow, though it will affectthe colour of the soup. I’ve used green lentils, pictured below.

The only type of lentil I do not recommend isPuy Lentils (little black French lentils) because they hold their shape and don’t soften like other lentils.

Can you used canned cooked lentils?

Yes you sure can, and directions are provided in the recipe notes. But it’s better made with dried lentils because of the texture in the soup, there’s only 10 minutes difference in cook time and it’s more economical!

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How to make Lentil Soup from scratch

  • Sauté your onion, garlic, carrots and celery overover low heat for almost 10 minutes. Take your time here –the lower the heat, the longer you take, the more these will transform to create an incredible flavour base for the soup!

  • Add everything else other than the lemon;

  • Simmer 35 minutes until lentils are soft; and

  • Finish with a dusting of zest and spritz of lemon.

A hint of lemon earthiness from the zest and touch of freshness from the juice just jazzes up the soup and takes it to that next level!

You’ll find that the lentils mostly breakdown and naturally thicken the soup. But what I like to do to get a really luscious creamy texture is to give the soup aquick whizz with a blender stick (or transfer a couple of cups to the blender) to puree SOME but not all the lentils.

That way you get the benefit of both worlds – creamy soup with soft bits of lentils. YES!

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How to store lentil soup

Lentil Soup will easily keep for 5 days in the fridge, making it ideal for cooking on the weekend and serving throughout the week. And it also freezes 100% perfectly for 3 months – even longer!

Every time I make this, I always wonder why I don’t make it more often. It’s healthy, filling, super economical, freezes perfectly, versatile and it’sseriously good.

Serving this with some sort of warm crusty bread for dunking is not optional.It’san essential part of the Lentil Soup experience.

But itis optional whether you slather said bread with butter, or grill it with cheese! Here are a few options – including making your ownultra easy homemade bread with NO YEAST:

Sandwich Bread WITHOUT yeast
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Quick Cheesy Garlic Bread
World’s Easiest Yeast Bread recipe – Artisan, NO KNEAD crusty bread
Soft No Knead Dinner Rolls
World’s best No Yeast Bread – Irish Soda Bread
Easy Soft Flatbread Recipe (No Yeast)
Better-Than-Dominos Garlic Bread
Cheese and Garlic Crack Bread (Pull Apart Bread)
Cornbread recipe
Savoury Cheese Muffins

– Nagi xx

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Lentil Soup

Author: Nagi@RecipeTin Eats

Prep: 10 mins

Cook: 45 mins

Total: 55 mins

(Video) HOW TO MAKE LENTIL SOUP

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Recipe VIDEO above. Don't settle for a bland lentil soup. Make it right, and you'll have everyone begging for seconds...and thirds! The touch of spices and finishing it off with lemon really lifts this soup to the next level.

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 onion, chopped (white, brown, yellow)
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 large carrot , chopped (about 1 1/4 cups)
  • 2 celery ribs , chopped (about 1 1/4 cups)
  • 2 cups / 400g dried lentils , green or brown, rinsed (Note 1)
  • 400g / 14 oz crushed tomato
  • 1.5 litres / 1.5 quarts (6 cups) vegetable or chicken stock / broth, low sodium
  • 1/2 tsp each cumin and coriander powder
  • 1 1/2 tsp paprika powder
  • 2 dried bay leaves
  • 1 lemon (zest + juice)
  • 1/4 tsp salt and pepper, each

To Serve

  • Chopped fresh parsley, for garnish
  • Warm bread, to serve

Instructions

  • Heat oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add garlic and onion, cook for 2 minutes.

  • Add celery and carrot. Cook for 7 - 10 minutes or until softened and the onion is sweet. Don't rush this step, it is key to the flavour base of the soup.

  • Add all remaining ingredients except the lemon and salt. Stir.

  • Increase heat and bring to simmer. Scoop scum on the surface off and discard (do this again during cooking if required). Place lid on and turn heat down to medium low. Simmer for 35 - 40 minutes or until lentils are soft.

  • Remove bay leaves.

  • Thicken Soup: Using a stick blender, do 2 or 3 quick whizzes to thicken the soup (see video below). Or transfer 2 cups to a blender, let it cool slightly, then hold lid with tea towel and blend then transfer back into pot.

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  • Add a touch of water if you want to adjust soup consistency. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Grate over the zest of the lemon then add a squeeze of lemon juice just before serving. Garnish with parsley if desired and serve with warm crusty bread slathered liberally with butter!

Recipe Notes:

1. Lentils: This should work with any type of lentils except Puy Lentils (French lentils, small dark brown/black ones because they hold their shape). Red, yellow, brown, green. The colour of the soup will just be a bit different.

Cook times vary slightly as well so just start checking if the lentils are done at around 30 minutes.

I really urge you to make this with dried lentils if you can. Better texture and flavour compared to canned. However, to make this with canned lentils,use 2 x 400g/14oz cans of lentils (drained and rinsed) and reduce the brothby 1 cup. Simmer liquid for 20 minutes before adding the lentils then cook with lentils for another 15 minutes (don’t want to cook canned lentils for too longer otherwise they will turn into mush).

2. Storage: This freezes extremely well! Or keeps in the fridge for 3 to 5 days.

3. Nutrition per serving.

Nutrition Information:

Serving: 421gCalories: 311cal (16%)Carbohydrates: 48g (16%)Protein: 18g (36%)Fat: 5g (8%)Sodium: 111mg (5%)Potassium: 925mg (26%)Fiber: 22g (92%)Sugar: 5g (6%)Vitamin A: 1930IU (39%)Vitamin C: 11.5mg (14%)Calcium: 73mg (7%)Iron: 6mg (33%)

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Recipe originally published March 2017, spruced up with new pics, new video and fresh new writing. Absolutely no change to recipe – it’s been a firm reader favourite from day 1, so Iwouldn’t dare touch it!

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FAQs

Is lentil soup good for you? ›

If you're wondering if lentil soup is good for you, the answer is yes! Lentils are nutritious, rich in minerals, protein, low in fat, high in fibre (digestive health). They are a terrific vegetarian source of protein with 25% of the calories in lentils attributable to protein.

Does lentil soup help you lose weight? ›

Lentils are known to be rich in proteins among other nutrients, making them a must-include food in your weight loss diet.

Is lentil soup good for your stomach? ›

Lentils also contain slow-digesting resistant starch that delays the absorption of carbohydrates with blood sugar-lowering effects, as well as being a source of prebiotics that feeds gut flora to help prevent digestive diseases.

Is lentil soup healthy for diabetics? ›

Lentils are a good choice for people with diabetes, since they're high in fiber and a good source of protein. This lentil soup also contains a nutrient superfood: kale. This dark leafy green is packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients.

What happens if I eat lentils everyday? ›

It can lower cholesterol and protect against diabetes and colon cancer. A daily dose of fiber pushes waste through your digestive system and prevents constipation, too. The potassium, folate, and iron in lentils also provide lots of benefits. Potassium counters the bad effects of salt and lowers blood pressure.

Which color lentils are the healthiest? ›

Black Lentils

They take approximately 25 minutes to cook and are the most nutritious variety of lentils. One half cup of uncooked black lentils provides 26g protein, 18g fiber, 100mg calcium, 8mg iron, and 960mg potassium, according to the USDA.

Do lentils burn belly fat? ›

Lentils and beans are rich in soluble fiber, which is the single best carbohydrate to help you burn belly fat. "Soluble fiber forms a thick gel when it binds with water in the body," Tracy said.

Is lentil a Superfood? ›

They're a secret superfood

And, as noted in the San Francisco Chronicle, a diet high in lentils and other pulses can reduce your risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

What are good belly fat burning foods? ›

7 Foods that Burn Belly Fat
  • Beans. “Becoming a bean lover can help you lose weight and whittle your middle,” registered dietitian Cynthia Sass told Today. ...
  • Swap your beef for salmon. ...
  • Yogurt. ...
  • Red bell peppers. ...
  • Broccoli. ...
  • Edamame. ...
  • Diluted vinegar.

Do lentils spike blood sugar? ›

Pulses, such as lentils, can slow digestion and the release of sugars found in starch into the bloodstream, ultimately reducing blood glucose levels, said Duncan. "This slower absorption means you don't experience a spike in glucose.

Do lentils affect hormones? ›

Legumes. Beans and lentils are another type of phytoestrogen-containing food that can lead to estrogen dominance if consumed on a regular basis.

Are lentils good for your liver? ›

Improve liver function: Lentils contain high amounts of choline, which the liver uses to package fat for distribution throughout the body. Choline helps prevent build-up of fat in the liver, which can lead to a condition known as fatty liver.

Can I eat lentils with type 2 diabetes? ›

Adding Lentils Offers Substantial Benefit to People with Diabetes. ''We found that blood glucose levels decreased between 20 and 30%,'' Dr. Ramdath tells EndocrineWeb, in people who ate meals that incorporated lentils into their starches.

Which lentil is best for diabetics? ›

Chana dal has a very low glycemic index of 8 which basically makes it a superfood for diabetics. It is a rich source of protein and fiber which makes it an overall healthy food item. The high fiber content also regulates your blood sugar levels and keeps them in control.

Who should not eat lentils? ›

Lentils are frequently cooked with strong spices, which can cause indigestion in some people. Lentils are a good source of potassium, however, too many lentils in the diet can cause hyperkalemia (symptoms may include vomiting, fatigue, irregular heartbeat and difficulty breathing) in people with poor kidney function.

Why do I feel so good when I eat lentils? ›

Thanks to the high fiber content, lentils will promote a functioning, happy digestive system that leaves you feeling satisfied—and ahem, regular, according to Poon. "A diet that is rich in fiber can help you maintain bowel health, lower cholesterol, control blood sugar, lose weight, and prevent disease," she says.

Are lentils anti inflammatory? ›

Although many anti-inflammatory diets claim that whole grains and pulses — beans, peas and lentils — increase inflammation, research shows otherwise. Pulses are high in fiber and magnesium, and magnesium has been shown to help reduce inflammation.

Which are the tastiest lentils? ›

Black Beluga Lentils

These are the most flavorful lentils around. Black lentils might not be quite as common as the other varieties, but buy them if you can find them. They're small, nearly spherical, and can be mistaken for brown lentils with a darker shade of brown.

Is lentil a protein or carb? ›

Lentils are high in fibre, and complex carbohydrates, while low in fat and calories. Their high protein content makes lentils a perfect option for those looking to boost their protein intake. They are naturally gluten-free, making them a delicious staple in a gluten-free kitchen.

Are lentils healthier than beans? ›

Lentils have very similar health benefits as beans, but they have a few advantages. They are lower in phytates than beans. Phytates, decrease the body's ability to absorb micronutrients. In fact, red lentils may have less than 50% of the phytates than some low phytate varieties of corn, wheat, beans, and soybeans.

Do lentils detoxify? ›

Detox Value and Health Benefits of Lentils

Lentils are one of the most nutritious foods that cleanse the liver. In fact, their detox properties aren't the best thing about this particular legume. Health benefits of lentils include but aren't limited to: Protection from cancer.

Are lentils better for you than rice? ›

Choose lentils instead of rice when seeking higher protein content or higher fiber content. Brown rice has 4.52 g of protein and 3.5 g of fiber per 1-cup serving, while lentils have 17.86 g of protein and 15.6 g of fiber for only 12 more calories per serving.

Do lentils cause gas? ›

Like beans, lentils also contain FODMAPs. These sugars may contribute to excessive gas production and bloating, especially in people with IBS ( 8 ). However, soaking or spouting the lentils before you eat them can make them much easier on the digestive system ( 6 ).

Do lentils have more protein than chicken? ›

Chicken breast has 244% more protein than lentil - chicken breast has 31g of protein per 100 grams and lentil has 9g of protein.

Which country produces the most lentils? ›

Canada is the largest lentil producer in the world with 3,233,800 tonnes production volume per year. India comes second with 1,055,536 tonnes yearly production.

What drink burns belly fat overnight? ›

6 bedtime drinks that can boost weight loss overnight
  • Greek yogurt protein shake. As noted above, having protein before bed—especially if you've worked out beforehand—helps stimulate the repair and rebuilding of muscle (muscle protein synthesis) while you sleep. ...
  • Chamomile tea. ...
  • Red wine. ...
  • Kefir. ...
  • Soy-based protein shake. ...
  • Water.
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How do I lose weight after 60? ›

Burn more calories than you eat or drink. Eat more veggies, fruits, whole grains, fish, beans, and low-fat or fat-free dairy; and keep meat and poultry lean. Limit empty calories, like sugars and foods with little or no nutritional value. Avoid fad diets because the results don't last.

What foods can reverse diabetes? ›

Which Foods Fight Diabetes?
  • Dark green leafy vegetables. They're low in calories and carbs, and high in nutrition. They also have a low glycemic index, so they'll help keep your blood sugar under control. ...
  • Berries. To satisfy your sweet tooth, pick berries. ...
  • Fatty fish. Aim to eat fish twice a week.
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What drink lowers blood sugar? ›

Drinking water regularly may rehydrate the blood, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce diabetes risk ( 20 , 21 ). Keep in mind that water and other zero-calorie drinks are best.

What foods can diabetics eat freely? ›

What foods can I eat if I have diabetes?
  • vegetables. nonstarchy: includes broccoli, carrots, greens, peppers, and tomatoes. ...
  • fruits—includes oranges, melon, berries, apples, bananas, and grapes.
  • grains—at least half of your grains for the day should be whole grains. ...
  • protein. ...
  • dairy—nonfat or low fat.

Are lentils good for your brain? ›

Loaded with B vitamin folate, lentils have a reputation for strengthening brain power. Folate also decreases amino acid levels, which often contribute to impaired functioning of the mind.

Do lentils have estrogen in them? ›

Soy beans, cereals and lentils contain estrogen-like compounds that counteract the effects of a common breast. Of the more than 200,000 American women diagnosed with breast cancer each year, two thirds will have one of the most common forms that are fueled by the hormone estrogen.

What foods cause high estrogen? ›

Foods that reportedly increase estrogen include flax seeds, soybean products, chocolate, fruit, nuts, chickpeas, and legumes. Before we delve into why these foods are said to increase estrogen, we need to look at two important definitions; phytoestrogens and lignans.
...
Legumes
  • Beans.
  • Lentils.
  • Peanuts.
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Do onions detox the liver? ›

Onions have sulfur-containing amino acids, which aid in detoxing your liver.

What is the best bread for fatty liver? ›

Look for “whole grain,” “whole wheat,” “sprouted grain,” and “high fiber” on package labels. Choose foods with at least three grams of dietary fiber and fewer than eight grams of sugar per serving.

What breakfast is good for fatty liver? ›

Oatmeal for fiber

Whole-grain, fiber-rich foods like oatmeal are associated with a reduced risk of NAFLD-related diseases. Studies have shown that a nutritious diet rich in high fiber foods like oats is effective for those with NAFLD and may help reduce triglyceride levels.

Is lentil a protein or carb? ›

Lentils are high in fibre, and complex carbohydrates, while low in fat and calories. Their high protein content makes lentils a perfect option for those looking to boost their protein intake. They are naturally gluten-free, making them a delicious staple in a gluten-free kitchen.

Are lentils or beans healthier? ›

Lentils have very similar health benefits as beans, but they have a few advantages. They are lower in phytates than beans. Phytates, decrease the body's ability to absorb micronutrients. In fact, red lentils may have less than 50% of the phytates than some low phytate varieties of corn, wheat, beans, and soybeans.

Are canned lentils healthy? ›

Lentils are a nutritious choice

They are also naturally low in fat and sodium (salt). Lentils are considered a plant-based protein. Canada's Food Guide recommends choosing more plant-based proteins to help prevent diseases like heart disease and cancer. Dried lentils have no sodium (salt) but canned lentils often do.

Why are lentils so healthy? ›

Lentils are an excellent source of B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. They're also a great source of plant-based protein and fiber.

Do lentils spike blood sugar? ›

Pulses, such as lentils, can slow digestion and the release of sugars found in starch into the bloodstream, ultimately reducing blood glucose levels, said Duncan. "This slower absorption means you don't experience a spike in glucose.

Can diabetics eat lentils? ›

Adding Lentils Offers Substantial Benefit to People with Diabetes. ''We found that blood glucose levels decreased between 20 and 30%,'' Dr. Ramdath tells EndocrineWeb, in people who ate meals that incorporated lentils into their starches.

Are lentils high in iron? ›

They're a great source of iron, especially for vegetarians. One cup (198 grams) of cooked lentils contains 6.6 mg, which is 37% of the DV ( 16 ). Beans like black beans, navy beans, and kidney beans can all help easily bump up your iron intake.

What is the healthiest bean in the world? ›

Perhaps considered to be the healthiest variety of beans on the shelves of your local grocery store is the garbanzo bean. Particularly high in fiber, iron, and protein, garbanzo beans are a great bean of choice for reducing your risk of heart disease, as studies have found.

What is healthier chickpeas or lentils? ›

When it comes to nutrition, lentils have a leg up on chickpeas in most areas . Lentils have fewer calories and carbohydrates, more fiber and protein, and greater amounts of iron, vitamins B6 and B9, and phosphorous.

What are the best lentils to cook with? ›

When it comes to cooking lentils on the stove (for use in other recipes) opt for green lentils, Lentils de Puy, brown lentils or black lentils. Red lentils are best reserved for soups, dals and curries as they'll easily become mushy.

Are lentils inflammatory? ›

Although many anti-inflammatory diets claim that whole grains and pulses — beans, peas and lentils — increase inflammation, research shows otherwise. Pulses are high in fiber and magnesium, and magnesium has been shown to help reduce inflammation.

Should I rinse canned lentils? ›

A common concern with canned lentils is the high sodium content used to preserve the lentils. The best way to deal with the issue of sodium is to be sure that you rinse your canned lentils under running water – this will remove up to 60 per cent of the sodium content.

Are dried lentils better than canned? ›

Dried Lentils vs.

Canned lentils can certainly be used as a quick alternative, but look for varieties with low sodium content, and be sure to rinse them well before use. Because lentils are so quick and easy to cook, using dried lentils is preferable and much more inexpensive to use as well.

Do lentils cause gas? ›

Like beans, lentils also contain FODMAPs. These sugars may contribute to excessive gas production and bloating, especially in people with IBS ( 8 ). However, soaking or spouting the lentils before you eat them can make them much easier on the digestive system ( 6 ).

Are lentils good for hair growth? ›

Lentils:

Lentils are full of folic acid. Folic acid is necessary in restoring the health of red blood cells that supply skin and scalp with much-needed oxygen. Folic acid is also essential for hair growth and cell renewal. If you are serious about having healthy hair, lentils are something you should just not skip.

Are lentils better than rice? ›

Choose lentils instead of rice when seeking higher protein content or higher fiber content. Brown rice has 4.52 g of protein and 3.5 g of fiber per 1-cup serving, while lentils have 17.86 g of protein and 15.6 g of fiber for only 12 more calories per serving.

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