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Left over lentil curry into dhal soup?

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cherrypiepie Tue 09-Jun-20 20:56:24

Hoping someone can tell if this is possible and how please?

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RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Tue 09-Jun-20 21:27:38

I've not done it, but think it would work. Maybe blend it with some coconut milk?

PerditaProvokesEnmity Wed 10-Jun-20 07:34:07

Add liquid. (Water, milk, coconut milk, whatever.) Maybe more oil.

Add more of yesterday's seasoning.

Heat.

Deploy stick blender.

Adjust liquid.

Throw in coriander (or other suitable) leaves.

Consume with ill concealed glee.

cherrypiepie Wed 10-Jun-20 08:37:04

Thanks @RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie @PerditaProvokesEnmity

I will: remove some lentils and the chicken chunks, heat and add some alpro coconut milk drink, season ,blend, adjust and re add the reserved lentils and now shredded chicken and coriander. Top with a some Greek yoghurt ( I have a Greek yoghurt addiction)

Consume greedily.

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PerditaProvokesEnmity Wed 10-Jun-20 09:02:37

Sounds good! Though decorating the yoghurt with the coriander will be prettier.

(Definitely exclude meat or fish from the blending stage. I made that mistake once - never again ...)

cherrypiepie Wed 10-Jun-20 19:09:27

Best soup ever!

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PerditaProvokesEnmity Wed 10-Jun-20 19:22:24

I was wondering how it went!

That looks remarkably like the dhal I made last week. (There was none left to make soup with ...)

Really glad you enjoyed it.

cherrypiepie Wed 10-Jun-20 19:36:47

Thanks @PerditaProvokesEnmity your guidance was invaluable.

It was even nicer as a soup than a curry I think...

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PerditaProvokesEnmity Wed 10-Jun-20 19:43:17

I've always felt that there are few better things in the world than leftovers. Lentil soup is only second to last night's pizza for breakfast ...

handbagsatdawn33 Thu 11-Jun-20 18:03:22

" last night's pizza for breakfast ."

@PerditaProvokesEnmity you're so right.

I deliberately left some last time we had them, but DH (aka effing swine) ate it

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