This vibrant and elegant soup is not only easy to make, but full of lovely and subtle flavors. It makes for a perfect nourishing light lunch or side for dinner. Sometimes there is nothing better than a comforting warm soup, especially during this chilly time when spring just doesn't want to shine. Yes, spring seems to be poking around the corner, and a few robins have been sighted, but it’s still mainly soup weather if you ask this chilled girl.
Serve with lemon cashew rice, chickpea koftas and some Indian flatbreads for a special meal.
This is my contribution to this month's No Croutons Required challenge hosted by my dear friend Jacqueline this time around. The theme this time is Indian spices and, well, that's easy for me as Indian cuisine is always on the menu at my house. I was going to challenge myself and come up with a salad, but this soup was so delicious and warming, I just had to share. Sharing also with Ricki's Wellness Weekend.
|Spicy Yellow Lentil Soup|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on April 14, 2013
Simple, fragrant and flavorful yellow lentil soup with vibrant Indian seasonings
More delicious dal soups you are sure to enjoy from Lisa's Kitchen:
Dal Makhani (Black Gram and Kidney Bean Curry)
Mixed Lentil Indian Dal
Mung Tamarind Dal
Tarka Dal With Tomato and Spices
Urad Dal and Tomato Soup (Urad Tamatar Dal)