Sausage Lentil Soup
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 1 hour
Very good. I used mild sausage this time. Next time I will try hot sausage.
I serve this soup twice a year at our church’s senior lunchEons. It’s tasty and gluten free and dairy free so most can eat it. I also use less mustard, but that’s really personal preference.
I too, used half the amount of mustard and agree it's a tasty, good soup. However, I'll make only as much as I need since the frozen leftovers do lose some flavor.
This is my favorite Lentil soup recipe. I hold ALL of the ingredients! I add one can of coke, 4 oz of bourbon and 8 cubes of ice. I stir briskly and enjoy. It's great. Really.
Great soup. I enjoy just about anything that has lentils involved. I forgot to add the mustard, so I'm not sure how that would have tasted, but as I mentioned I love lentils, so I'm sure that the mustard would have tasted good too.
Very good! I've never cooked with lentils before. I took the advice of other reviewers and only used half of the Dijon Mustard and am happy with the results. For my tastes the full amount would have been overpowering. You can always add more of an ingredient but you can't take it out! I often order curry lentil soup at my favorite middle eastern restaurant which is served with a lemon wedge to help brighten the taste of the soup. I think the mustard is included in this recipe for the same reason. The next time I make this I will omit the mustard until I have tried it with lemon.
I have made this soup since the recipe was printed. It is a favorite and I make it all winter. I do add more lentils because I love them and they are so healthy for you. I always double the batch and freeze it for lunches.
Very good and very easy. I didn't have lentils so use a sprouted bean trio and it worked just as well. Next time I might reduce the amount of mustard as it was almost overpowering the other flavours.
This is our favorite lentil soup. We have been eating it since it first came out back in the 90's. A great, easy soup.