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This blog contains a selection of recipes from all over, in particular from Andalucía, Asia, England, Germany and the Mediterranean. Contributors include Rita Drechsler, Jovan Le Knorz, Madita Schröder, and Paul Whitelock, who are all members of the same extended Anglo-German family. Rita and Paul live in the Serranía de Ronda in Andalucía. Madita and Jovan live in Baden-Wuerttemberg, near Heilbronn, Germany.

Madita’s Lentil and Spinach Curry – Swabian-style
Sunday, October 30, 2022 @ 6:41 AM

By Madita Schröder (aged 14)

 

This recipe is courtesy of Rita’s oldest grand-daughter who lives in the Swabian village of Talheim, near Heilbronn in South Germany. Madita cooks this regularly for her family and she sent her “Oma” the recipe via WhatsApp. Rita prepared it the other day and it was “lecker”! Here’s how to make it…

 

Madita’s Lentil and Spinach Curry – Swabian-style

 

Ingredients

ca. 150g fresh spinach

200g brown lentils

1 onion

2 cloves garlic

2 tbsps sesame seeds

2 tbsps butter

1 can of coconut milk

350 ml water

1.5 teaspoons stock

1 piece of stem ginger (2-3 cm)

1 teaspoon turmeric

Salt

½ teaspoon hot curry powder

2 teaspoons cumin

 

Method

Peel and finely chop the ginger, onion and garlic

Add the butter and heat until melted (approx. 3 mins.)

Add the sesame seeds, cumin and continue cooking for approx. 1 min.)

Add the lentils, coconut milk, water, curry, turmeric and stock and continue cooking (approx. 15 mins.)

Add the spinach and cook for a further 10 mins., stirring from time to time.

Adjust seasoning and serve on a bed of basmati rice. Add poppadums or chapattis if desired.

 

Recommended drink

Cobra lager or similar

 

©  Madita Schröder 

 

Tags: coconut milk, cook, cumin, curry, germany, ginger, grqand-daughter, Heilbronn, lecker, lentil, Madita Schröder, recipe, rice, rita whitelock, spinach, Talheim,turmeric,whatsapp



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