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    Mushroom & lentil loaf

    Someone made this for a taster at class a few weeks ago....It is sooooo yummy! Thought i'd share.

    Serves 4
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    Mushroom & Lentil loaf

    125g dried green lentils
    250g mushrooms sliced
    1 onion chopped
    2 cloves of garlic crushed
    1 egg beaten
    112g grated mature cheddar
    1 tsp of marmite
    1 tsp of dried mustard powder
    Pinch Mixed herbs
    Salt & pepper to taste


    Boil the lentils for 20ish mins & drain. Meanwhile fry the onion, mushrooms & garlic in fry light until cooked.
    Mix everything up in a bowl (save 28g of the cheese for topping) Spray a loaf tin with fry light & pour the mixture in. Sprinkle cheese on top.
    Bake in the oven for 30mins at 200.
    Can be frozen.

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    Sounds great - will try it out!

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    This sounds really nice, thanks for the recipe. If I can find some lentils in the cupboard I may try it out tonight!

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    Well that's tomorrow nights dinner sorted.....thanks. It sounds delicious.

    Great stuff, I have all the ingredients and the lentils are cooked. We buy them in jars. So useful.


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    Oooh I'm gonna try this x

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    It's yum! Haven't made it for a while...think i'll make some for tomorrow mmm nom.

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    I made this a few days ago so thought i'd post a pic- it tastes much better than it looks!


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    Would it be ok to use tinned green lentils? I am struggling to find dried ones atm

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    I don't see why not You have to boil the lentils beforehand so they come out kind of sloppy anyway...hope it works out- can you come back and let us know how it turns out?

    I've used 2 different kinds of lentils (dried) for this before and they both came out yummy. I suppose if you can't find dried green you could use other dried ones?

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    Oh fab!! i was just looking for something inspirational for tonights dinner & this will do nicely!!

    Will need to nip to the shop for some Marmite though x
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    Marmite really does make all the difference mmmm marmite Hope you enjoy!

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    can you use red split lentils for this please
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    I expect so, not tried it though. Red split lentils are quite a bit smaller than green lentils so it might make a smaller more compact loaf? If you try it tell us what you thought

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    ok will do, am thinking of making it now thank you
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    Oh I love it!!!!

    Really really enjoyed it I thought I had green lentils but turned out they were yellow split something or others that require 8-12hrs soaking before boiling, so used some split red ones. It was more soft/gooey than the one on the picture above, but Oh It was sooooooooo good!! I love the fact it actually tastes of mushrooms, whereby loads of other recipes that have mushrooms in you lose the taste.

    Definatly one to be a regular in my house!! I had it with salad & some little roasted pots curtesy of my actifry
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