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A small variety of green lentil with blue marbling, highly regarded for its flavour.
- ‘By comparison, the roast cod on puy lentils was more predictable and disappointing.’
- ‘Finally, the roasted whole boneless quail, plumped with black pudding and puy lentils, proved hardest to resist.’
- ‘The warm salad of puy lentils and mixed beans again seemed inoffensive but not wildly memorable.’
- ‘Served with puy lentils, sauté potatoes and roast garlic, this was a fine example of French country cooking.’
- ‘For the main course I had the ‘crisp confit of duck’ with puy lentils and smoked bacon ragout with a red wine sauce.’
- ‘The puy lentils were very salty and were only just saved by some superb thick-cut bacon which, well, saved its bacon.’
- ‘I wasn't listening however, being too absorbed in my main order, haunch of venison, fondant potato, wild mushrooms, garlic puy lentils and pancetta.’
- ‘Food is taken seriously and the no-nonsense menu includes pan-roast lamb rump with puy lentils and roasted root veg.’
- ‘Then there's a very authentic cassoulet, rabbit with Bayonne ham and sage, spiced puy lentils.’
- ‘For my main course, the special was skate on a bed of puy lentils.’
- ‘Add puy lentils and stock to cover and simmer until liquid absorbed.’
Named after the French town of Le Puy in the Auvergne.
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