Bombay Lentil Soup for a Head Cold

It seems like 2 weeks that this head cold has been with me but the reality is....it's only been a few days. It drains your energy level something awful so an easy fix for a hot comforting lunch was a convenience food from Tasty Bite. I doctored this packet of lentils up with some vegetable broth and it was wonderful.


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 These little packets are meant to cook 1 minute in the microwave and would be good poured over rice. The quality of the product is excellent and it's packed with flavorful spices such as coriander, ginger, chiles, mango powder and turmeric. Obviously there are lentils, tomatoes and onion in there too. 👌


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 Homemade is always the best but these packs are lifesavers for an emergency lunch or a tired cranky sick person.

Linking up to Deb at Kahakai Kitchen for her Souper Sunday Series.   This week's linkup may be found HERE.



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6 comments:

Debra Eliotseats said...

Get well! Thanks for putting me on to these. They would be great for our rice diet! Hope you're week is better!

Shaheen said...

Yes, homemade is best, but When your poorly its understandable to have store cupboard soups, we have tinned as back up. Hope yoru feelign better, visiting from Kahakai Kitchen.

Katherine P said...

Head colds are so miserable and this sounds perfect! I don't think I've had this brand before but I love the spices you mention and it sounds like it'd be perfect for a cold rainy day!

Mae Travels said...

I hope you don't have one of those colds that hangs on and on... get well soon!

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

Tina said...

Thank you, ladies. I am feeling better as is my husband. We have some lingering coughing here and there but are now in the road to good health. We look forward to walking again. Coming to visit you!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Hope you are feeling much better--head colds are no fun. This looks like a quick and easy way to eat something warm and tasty when you just don't feel like cooking. Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week.

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