A nourishing meal on a cold and rainy winter day.

Ingredients:

1 cup organic red lentils (washed)

5 cups water

2 tsp Lakshmi organic ghee

1 tsp of cumin seed

1tsp of yellow mustard seed

1/4 tsp of hing

1/2 tsp of turmeric

1 tsp mild masala powder

3/4 tsp of himalaya pink salt

1 diced onion

1 diced small tomato

3 bay leaves

How to make it: melt the ghee, sauté mustard and cumin seed until you hear them popping, add all the other spices. Add the diced onion and tomato, add the red lentils stir stir stir. Add the water and let it boil for approximately 20-30 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves. Eat by itself or serve with rice 🍚 or chapatti. Enjoy, with love from Lakshmi 🌺

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