|Reprinted from The Blood Type Diet Website (www.dadamo.com)|
This is a recipe which came about one day after experimenting with adding green salsa (tomatillo variety) to a batch of cooked red lentils. Well, that's the lazy way to make it. Here I achieved the same flavour without making it spicy as the salsa is bad for my Type A friend. After he tried these lentils he was nearly begging for me to make them every day! This is great as a side dish, appetizer, or a hearty meal on its own. Please note that I normally use canned tomatillos in this recipe as fresh are hard to find in my area, therefore I cannot guarantee that fresh tomatillos will provide the same result. Serves 2.
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