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Karl’s Red Lentil Soup

Jan has spent this weekend visiting her graduate school friends in Santa Barbara. One of her friends is dropping her off, on her way to the North Bay. She requesting something for a quick snack, before she continues her journey.

Karl’s Red Lentil Soup

Karl’s Red Lentil Soup

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Karl’s Curried Leek and Lentil Soup with Karl’s Chicken Tandoori Meatballs

This morning Jan asked for my potato and leek soup with chicken. I have done that and this blog always pushes me to try something new. What could I do that both answered Jan’s desire, but also be completely new and different?

Karl’s Curried Leek and Lentil Soup with Karl’s Chicken Tandoori Meatballs

Karl’s Curried Leek and Lentil Soup with
Karl’s Chicken Tandoori Meatballs

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Karl’s Garam Masala

Garam masala (warm spice blend) is a finishing spice in Indian cuisine. This means that you add these spices near the end of the cooking process. If you add them earlier the aromatic elements that are the reason for adding them will cook off and leave your dish flat or worse bitter.

Karl’s Garam Masala

Karl’s Garam Masala

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