Vegetarian friendly Medieval dish – Cheesy Lentils
Here’s a tasty medieval dish to try. Really easy, quick to cook, very filling!
Vegetarian friendly Medieval dish – Cheesy lentils
Jayne Lutwyche sometimes produces authentic medieval meals at our events, cooked over our fire. This recipe, and the stewed lambs’ hearts one which will follow it, were served at Joust! in June 2016.
As Medieval cooks it’s often difficult to find interesting, veggie friendly meals which aren’t pottage-based. Last season we were experimenting with a great dish, which was simple, quick to cook, and delicious.
All you need are:
- Lentils and/or chickpeas
- Cheese – preferably a veggie friendly one (that’s without rennet!)
- Black pepper
The amount you need varies, depending on how many are in your camp. But a rough two-to-one ratio lentils:cheese works.
- To prepare your dish soak your lentils/chickpeas the night before (alternatively buy canned versions, and ensure you store them in something authentic whilst in camp)
- Slice your cheese – as fine as you can as this helps it melt…
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