Curried Lentil Soup In A Jar

Curried Lentil Soup in a Jar

I’m a real foodie which of course is no huge secret! As such, you won’t find me purchasing any sort of premade or canned soup! The ingredient list is too jammed packed with things I prefer to avoid!

However, there are times when I run out of my frozen homemade soup stash and would love to have something in the pantry to grab and prepare!

Recently, I poured over my soup recipes but didn’t see any that I felt would translate well into a preassembled “jar” format. But then, it hit me! My curried chicken and lentil soup could actually be adapted to become a soup mix in a jar! I messed around with it for a few days and finally came up with a jar recipe that requires virtually no effort to prepare and is incredible nourishing!

This particular soup-in-a-jar recipe can also be quite beautiful once arranged. You can get really creative with the layering of the ingredients to create some gorgeous patterns!

Oh, did I mention how tasty this is????

Curried Lentil Soup-In-A-Jar
Yields 8
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  1. 2 (1 quart) mason type jars with lids
  2. 1 pound red lentils*
  3. 1 pound green lentils*
  4. Sea salt
  5. 6 tablespoons minced dried onion
  6. 2 tablespoons curry powder
  7. 1 teaspoons garlic powder
  8. 5 ounces of dried apple rings, cut into 1/2-inch pieces (I love the Trader Joes brand if you do not have a dehydrator of your own)
  9. 2 tablespoons dried parsley leaves
To Assemble
  1. This is where you can get creative! Layer the ingredients any way you so choose. My only suggestion it to put the cut apple slices as the very top layer.
  2. Remember, this recipe makes 2 jars worth so divide the ingredients in half before you begin layering.
  3. The jars will store at room temperature up to 1 month. If you exclude the dried apple, they will last much longer!
Instructions for Cooking
  1. Place lentil soup mix in 3-quart saucepan with 7 cups water or homemade broth.
  2. Heat to boiling on high.
  3. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 30-45 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  1. Typically I would suggest soaking the lentils for 24 hours but for a jar recipe, this is one real food rule I am willing to break in a pinch.
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  1. says

    This is absolutely genius. I would never have thought to assemble all the ingredients like that for an instant meal. Thanks so much for sharing your inspiration!

    Rae aka Mrs Green

  2. says

    I just found your site today and I’m pretty inspired to say the least. I’m 29 and just had our first child in the most beautiful way possible at home together.

    I’ve become very interested in ‘the waldorf approach’ and found you by googling it.

    Anyway just wanted to say Hi. And let you know you have a new groupie… Now if you’ll excuse me I have some of your recipes to print and articles to read :o)

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