By using lentils instead of the white beans in a traditional French cassoulet, you can skip the step of soaking and pre-cooking the beans. Unlike dried beans, lentils can be added to the crockery cooker straight from the package.
354 calories; 12 g total fat; 3 g saturated fat; 37 mg cholesterol; 641 mg sodium. 37 g carbohydrates; 5 g fiber; 26 g protein; 17 RE vitamin a; 22 mg vitamin c; 81 mg calcium; 7 mg iron;
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Love Cassoulets! Had my first at a Naval Base.
I have always made them with beans, I will try the lentils.
I always add Turkey Sausage, homemade stock
and other veggies.
Always bone in meat, just adds so much flavor.
Never water, (wine), NEVER bouillon!
I have always made mine in an old electric oven
tried a slow cooker, went right back my old friend!raf