Anyway. I have about a bag and a half of lentils. It's my biggest collection of protein-y food. They aren't yummy red split lentils like you'd use for Indian food. These are boring brown and green lentils.
I need to turn them into something
- that doesn't look like lentils *or* mud
Which may or may not be possible. I was thinking about cooking some and then trying to turn them into a sauce, but I don't know if they'd *ever* get smooth enough for that. What would I add to it, anyway? Whatever I end up doing with them, I can dump it over polenta, or rice, or make pasta and toss it with that...
Maybe some kind of ravioli filling? Is it even possible to turn lentils into a tasty ravioli filling?
I still have TVP, so I'm not desperate, just wondering. And I'm making a list (still just in my head) of what I want to buy/ eat next week. It may be the week of the tasty (expensive) vegan meatball sub. I think that and a casserole dish full of black bean enchiladas (beans, rice, tortillas, sauce, black olives, onion, maybe sweet potato, maybe sour cream...) could hold me happily for a week. Actually, that sound *really* good.