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Warm French Lentil Salad

When we were in Paris in late January, we happened upon the Maille shop, which sells all flavours of mustards and vinegars, including fresh mustard from a pump.  We ended up coming home with two ceramic jars of mustard – one with white wine and the other with Chablis and black truffles. Not that I need an excuse to use them, but any recipe that has Dijon mustard as an ingredient now gets a closer look.

I was in the mood this week for something fairly healthy but still delivered a lot of flavour and I think this lentil salad really hit the spot.  Not totally vegetarian because it does have bacon in it, but a relatively small amount. And it uses Dijon mustard.

Warm Lentil Salad

The recipe can be found at The Kitchn, a site which always has some interesting recipes and tips.  It might be better as a lunch but worked well as a light dinner. I really loved the fresh fragrance and taste of rosemary and sage and will definitely make this again.

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