SAVEUR's executive food editor Todd Coleman shows us two super-simple ways to cut carrots into even, aesthetically pleasing pieces — no wasted carrot bits, and no appliances necessary!
What you'll need
A sharp knife
The Roll Cut
Starting at the tapered end, make a diagonal cut.
Make a quarter turn, and cut again in the same place, moving up the carrot as you go.
The cuts from the tapered end will be the same size as the cuts from the thick end.
Hold the carrot at an angle and make thin cuts working your way up the carrot.
Make a tight stack, like laying out a deck of cards.
Holding down the stack, make tight cuts for a beautiful julienne.