Alkaline Diet Recipe #97: Alkaline Lentil Ratatouille

This is a delicious lentil ratatouille which contains other alkalising vegetables like peppers and leeks.

This is a very interesting version of the ratatouille, as the classic version contains a variety of mediterranean vegetables. This recipe contains lentils as the key ingredient together with leeks, peppers, spices and brown basmati rice.

Lentils are a type of pulse and are packed with nutrients. They are rich in iron, dietary fiber, folate, Vitamin B1 and minerals. They are particularly useful in preventing iron deficiency.

Peppers and leeks do not only taste good, but are alkalising vegetables and are rich in vitamins and nutrients.

This recipe only takes about 20 minutes to prepare from start to finish and is therefore great if you are in a hurry.

I hope you enjoy this mouth watering, alkaline and healthy alkaline lentil ratatouille!

Alkaline Lentil Ratatouille

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 red peppers, cut into cube size pieces
1 leek, cut into fine rings
1 small tin of lentils
1 tin of organic chopped tomatoes
1 mug of brown basmati rice
1 mug of water
2 tbsp olive oil
1 handful of rosemary, chopped into fine pieces
1 pinch of ground ginger
1 pinch cinnamon
Himalayan Crystal Salt or Celtic Sea Salt
Freshly ground black pepper

Instructions

Cook the rice as per instructions. Gently fry the peppers and leeks in olive oil. Add the chopped tomatoes and simmer for about five minutes.

Add the lentils and let everything simmer for about five to ten minutes. Season with salt and pepper and add the rosemary, cinnamon and ginger.

Enjoy!

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Alkaline Lentil Ratatouille
Serves 2
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Ingredients
  1. 2 red peppers, cut into cube size pieces
  2. 1 leek, cut into fine rings
  3. 1 small tin of lentils
  4. 1 tin of organic chopped tomatoes
  5. 1 mug of brown basmati rice
  6. 1 mug of water
  7. 2 tbsp olive oil
  8. 1 handful of rosemary, chopped into fine pieces
  9. 1 pinch of ground ginger
  10. 1 pinch cinnamon
  11. Himalayan Crystal Salt or Celtic Sea Salt
  12. Freshly ground black pepper
Instructions
  1. Cook the rice as per instructions. Gently fry the peppers and leeks in olive oil. Add the chopped tomatoes and simmer for about five minutes.
  2. Add the lentils and let everything simmer for about five to ten minutes. Season with salt and pepper and add the rosemary, cinnamon and ginger.
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  1. Lucia CHapa Reply

    Hi Ross!! I really love the fact that you are giving us these very useful recipes for free, you help me every day in the kitchen!! Thanks!!! About this recipe, I have a question, I am not used to cooking lentils, do I cook them before or just throw them in as they come from the bag ?
    Thanks!

    • Ross Reply

      Hello Lucia,
      Thank you for appreciating our efforts. We would love to continue to give more recipes. Lentils are best when eaten raw. If you cook lentils it might shed off the nutrients. So if I were you, just stick to the raw.

  2. Richard Reply

    For the love of….

    The recipe *seems* fine. You just need to decipher the arcane measurements. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a copy of “Cooking in Serfdom, Medieval Edition”. A tin? A mug? A small tin? Cube-sized? Good God man… Western civilization has the metric system for a reason. If you want to be obtuse, feel free to use American measurements. Either is fine, and at least you can easily convey the actual amounts.

    So yeah: Awesome dish, but horrible recipe. 1150 A.D. called…they want their measurements back.

    • Ross Reply

      Hey Richard

      Nice one. The point is that it doesn’t really matter if you use slightly less or more – all of these ingredients come in standard size cans so just use whatever comes in one.

      OR, you could just use another recipe. Remember, this is a totally free resource buddy, it’s really not cool to drop by only to be rude, this is all handed to you absolutely free so it’s up to you if you want to use it or not.

      Thanks
      Ross

  3. Catherine Reply

    Fried in olive oil… I thought cooking with olive oil turned it nasty and that you should use coconut oil?????

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