Lentil & Rice One-Pot Premium PD Recipe

2016-04-26

This quick-prep one-pot stick-to-your-ribs recipe is designed to offer your body protection and starch energy, satisfying the entire family with comforting familiar warm flavors. It’s complete with stovetop and pressure cooking options, along with pick your liquid ingredient choices of whole or diced canned tomatoes, or a budget friendly tomato paste option to help you save for your next size down when BCS (Baggy Clothes Syndrome) hits hard and you’ve been accused of wearing clown pants to work. We must all have time for activities and fun, so we’ve created this set-it-and-forget-it pressure cooker recipe to offer it all. Stock your pantry with PD staples, fill your herb box, and you will have a new weekly go-to recipe that takes just minutes to assemble in the morning to set up on time delay, or to start just in time for dinner.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by Barbara Blazek on July 23, 2017

    This was a great dish to cook in a hurry when hungry!

    Put it in the IndtantPot and made a salad, and ate it (I was too hungry). It was finished about the same time as my salad. My husband, the carnivore, ate a whole bowl. I made a half recipe, not knowing my husband would eat some. Plenty left for one more meal! Well, not plenty, but Enough for one of us. Whoever gets to it first! Very tasty and satisfying.

    I didn’t see the low pressure comment before I made this but will try that next time, or will soak the rice first overnight and decrease the cooking time, for the lentils’ sake. Certainly good enough as it is, though.

  2. posted by sadonathan8839 on August 31, 2016

    This is sooo good. I like it plain the first day and then the base of mexican dishes throughout the week.

  3. posted by dianeb on April 28, 2016

    Is this the revised recipe above? I posted that question on FB but didn’t get an answer. It seems Julie revised the recipe using the IP on low pressure and adjusting the liquid? Thanks

  4. posted by dianeb on April 26, 2016

    Julie, did I hear you say that when using the IP, to always pressure cook on low?

    • posted by Julie Marie on April 28, 2016

      Yes, I’ve found the high setting is too high and overcooks veggies in soups and recipes I have created with the Secura brand Pressure Cooker.

    • posted by maria on April 27, 2016

      You are correct. Julie did say that on PDL. I used the low on the IP unless the recipe specifically says to use high.

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