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Lentil Loaf

Posted by tinako on February 4, 2010

Lentil Loaf

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau had a podcast on Lentils recently, and I decided to make her Lentil Loaf.  I like this recipe better than the Lentil-Nut Loaf I made for Christmas, I think mostly because the bread is in crumbs, not just torn apart into chunks.  I didn’t have enough commercial ketchup on hand, so I made some.

Baked Potatoes

With this we had Baked Potatoes.  In case you don’t know how, you buy baking potatoes, like russets, scrub them, poke some holes in them and wrap in foil or not (wrapping them will make the skin more tender, not wrapping them makes the skin papery – it’s just personal preference).  Bake at 400 for an hour until tender.  I usually only make these when I’m baking something else.  In this case the oven was at 350 and I just allowed a little extra time.  I just served these with margarine and salt and pepper.

Eat Your Veggies

We also had Steamed Swiss Chard and carrots with leftover “bean dip.”

Dessert was Chocolate Chip Cake and white jasmine tea.

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