Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Beluga Lentils and Feta Cheese: Easy, healthy, gluten-free and comforting vegetarian dinner with minimum efforts!
If you are looking for an easy “go-to” dinner recipe which is also healthy, gluten-free, meatless and delicious, here you go: Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Beluga Lentils and Feta Cheese. It takes around 40 minutes with minimum efforts and ingredients and it tastes so good! Sweet potatoes bring nice sweetness, while beluga lentils are pleasantly bitter and nutty and feta cheese gives a sour and salty touch. Sweet potatoes are tossed with garlic and rosemary, then roasted until crispy from the outside and powdery from the inside, making a great combo with chewy lentils and creamy feta cheese that binds everything together.
It’s amazing how healthy this casserole is. Sweet potatoes are known for their high beta-carotene content, as well as vitamin C, anti-inflammatory nutrients, antioxidants and blood sugar-regulating nutrients. Being a superfood, which is also low-caloric, lentils contain a lot of protein, vitamins and minerals. This dinner is unusual and fresh, so if you’d like to diversify your diet, it’s a good idea to make it for a weekday dinner next time. It’s so easy and so delicious that you will find yourself making it over and over again once you try it. It’s very filling, comforting and wholesome. You only need three ingredients I’ve already mentioned, as well as a lug of olive oil, rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper. That’s it!
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Here is a recipe for my roasted sweet potato with beluga lentils and feta cheese.
P.S: Check out my last week’s Meatless Monday dinner recipe: Vegan Cauliflower Stew with Broccoli, Chick Peas and Kale.