7 Ways to Reinvent the Humble Carrot
Carrots are good for more than snacking raw
So you've snacked on baby carrots with hummus, roasted them whole to serve alongside chicken, sweated them for a saute, and juiced them to give your green juice a hint of sweetness and pop of color. But have you used their tops, mixed their juice with booze, or folded them into a dessert (that isn't carrot cake)? Didn't think so. Here's how to get creative with our favorite orange vegetable.
Like hummus, but more orange.
When you want something classic.
Carrot sauce is the new tomato sauce.
Don't waste the tops—turn them into pesto.
Get a little Vitamin A with your booze.
We all already knew this...
But this one's fun.
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