Apr 22, 2020

Eat Carrots

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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
 
===Eating Raw Carrots===
 
===Eating Raw Carrots===
#Eat plain chopped carrots for a nutritious snack. Before you eat the carrots, use a sharp knife to chop off their tops, and use a vegetable peeler to remove the outer skin. Wash the carrots with cool water to remove any superficial dirt. Then, chop the carrots in half longways. Then, cut the halves into quarters horizontally.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Eat plain chopped carrots for a nutritious snack. Before you eat the carrots, use a sharp knife to chop off their tops, and use a vegetable peeler to remove the outer skin. Wash the carrots with cool water to remove any superficial dirt. Then, chop the carrots in half longways. Then, cut the halves into quarters horizontally.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*If you'd like, you can chop them into smaller pieces, though this works well for a snack-size portion.
 
#*If you'd like, you can chop them into smaller pieces, though this works well for a snack-size portion.
 
#*Try baby carrots for a bite-sized option. They are already the perfect snacking size!
 
#*Try baby carrots for a bite-sized option. They are already the perfect snacking size!
#Dunk your plain carrots in vegetable dips or hummus for extra flavor. To take your plain carrots to the next level, serve them with a dip of your choice. Plain or flavored hummus pairs great, as does spinach or vegetable dip. Put the dip in a small dish, and place it in the center of a plate. Then, place your carrots around the center.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Dunk your plain carrots in vegetable dips or hummus for extra flavor. To take your plain carrots to the next level, serve them with a dip of your choice. Plain or flavored hummus pairs great, as does spinach or vegetable dip. Put the dip in a small dish, and place it in the center of a plate. Then, place your carrots around the center.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
#Dip baby carrots in peanut butter for a rich flavor. Instead of dunking your celery stalks, eat peanut butter and carrots! Simply scoop a heaping spoonful of peanut butter on a plate, and arrange carrots around the spoon. Then, scoop some peanut butter up with your carrot and take a bite.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Dip baby carrots in peanut butter for a rich flavor. Instead of dunking your celery stalks, eat peanut butter and carrots! Simply scoop a heaping spoonful of peanut butter on a plate, and arrange carrots around the spoon. Then, scoop some peanut butter up with your carrot and take a bite.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*This is a great idea for a lunchtime snack.  
 
#*This is a great idea for a lunchtime snack.  
 
#Top your salad with raw shredded carrots for a healthy lunch.  Wash your carrot in cool water, and cut off the top with a sharp knife. Then, hold the end of your carrot up to the wide side of a grater at a 45-degree angle. Move the carrot up and down quickly until you reach the end. Then, put your carrot shreds on top of a freshly made [[Make-an-Arugula-Salad|salad]].<ref>https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1014107-arugula-and-carrot-salad-with-walnuts-and-cheese</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Top your salad with raw shredded carrots for a healthy lunch.  Wash your carrot in cool water, and cut off the top with a sharp knife. Then, hold the end of your carrot up to the wide side of a grater at a 45-degree angle. Move the carrot up and down quickly until you reach the end. Then, put your carrot shreds on top of a freshly made [[Make-an-Arugula-Salad|salad]].<ref>https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1014107-arugula-and-carrot-salad-with-walnuts-and-cheese</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Add shredded carrots to your favorite coleslaw recipe. Mix shredded carrots with shredded cabbage, and add a spoonful of mayonnaise and apple cider vinegar. Mix everything up thoroughly for a tasty side dish![[Image:Eat Carrots Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Add shredded carrots to your favorite coleslaw recipe. Mix shredded carrots with shredded cabbage, and add a spoonful of mayonnaise and apple cider vinegar. Mix everything up thoroughly for a tasty side dish![[Image:Eat Carrots Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
===Cooking Carrots by Themselves===
 
===Cooking Carrots by Themselves===
#Serve steamed carrots as a side dish. Cut the tops of the carrot off with a sharp knife, and peel away the skin with a vegetable peeler. Then, chop your carrots into small pieces, starting at the thicker end. If you'd like, you can cut any large piece into smaller sections.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Serve steamed carrots as a side dish. Cut the tops of the carrot off with a sharp knife, and peel away the skin with a vegetable peeler. Then, chop your carrots into small pieces, starting at the thicker end. If you'd like, you can cut any large piece into smaller sections.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Steamed carrots go great with steak and mashed potatoes, for example.  
 
#*Steamed carrots go great with steak and mashed potatoes, for example.  
 
#*You can also pair steamed carrots with broccoli and [[Grill-Tofu|BBQ tofu]].  
 
#*You can also pair steamed carrots with broccoli and [[Grill-Tofu|BBQ tofu]].  
 
#Roast your carrots in the oven to enhance their flavor. Preheat your oven on , peel the skin off your carrots, and chop them into pieces. Cut your carrots in halves lengthwise. If they are large, quarter them instead. Then, toss the carrots into a baking dish, and mix in 1/4 cup (59.1 mL) of olive oil, 2 tsp (29.6 g) of kosher salt, and 1/4 tsp (1.2 g) of pepper. Bake your carrots for 35-45 minutes until they are browned.<ref>https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/roasted-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Roast your carrots in the oven to enhance their flavor. Preheat your oven on , peel the skin off your carrots, and chop them into pieces. Cut your carrots in halves lengthwise. If they are large, quarter them instead. Then, toss the carrots into a baking dish, and mix in 1/4 cup (59.1 mL) of olive oil, 2 tsp (29.6 g) of kosher salt, and 1/4 tsp (1.2 g) of pepper. Bake your carrots for 35-45 minutes until they are browned.<ref>https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/roasted-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*You can mix your carrots around every 10-20 minutes to evenly cook them.  
 
#*You can mix your carrots around every 10-20 minutes to evenly cook them.  
#Season your steamed or roasted carrots with orange juice and brown sugar. To take your carrots up a notch, combine 1 cup (236.6 mL) orange juice, 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 g) brown sugar, and 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 g) butter in a frying pan. Then, mix in your carrots.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 8 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Season your steamed or roasted carrots with orange juice and brown sugar. To take your carrots up a notch, combine 1 cup (236.6 mL) orange juice, 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 g) brown sugar, and 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 g) butter in a frying pan. Then, mix in your carrots.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 8 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
===Adding Carrots to Recipes===
 
===Adding Carrots to Recipes===
 
#Throw carrots in a smoothie with pineapple juice, yogurt, and honey. Put your carrots in the blender, pour in 1/2 cup (118.3 mL) of pineapple juice, and use a high grating setting. Once the carrots are smooth, pour in 1 cup (236.6 g) of pineapple juice and 2 tsp (9.9 mL) of honey. Blend this all together until it's smooth, and add 3-4 ice cubes and 1/2 cup (118.3 mL) of yogurt. Blend this again until it is completely smooth, and pour into glasses.<ref>https://ift.tt/3cJVu2x Carrots Step 9 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Throw carrots in a smoothie with pineapple juice, yogurt, and honey. Put your carrots in the blender, pour in 1/2 cup (118.3 mL) of pineapple juice, and use a high grating setting. Once the carrots are smooth, pour in 1 cup (236.6 g) of pineapple juice and 2 tsp (9.9 mL) of honey. Blend this all together until it's smooth, and add 3-4 ice cubes and 1/2 cup (118.3 mL) of yogurt. Blend this again until it is completely smooth, and pour into glasses.<ref>https://ift.tt/3cJVu2x Carrots Step 9 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#*If you'd like, you can add 2 tablespoons of heavy whipping cream to make your soup creamy.  
 
#*If you'd like, you can add 2 tablespoons of heavy whipping cream to make your soup creamy.  
 
#*There are countless soup recipes including carrots. Search online for other suggestions.  
 
#*There are countless soup recipes including carrots. Search online for other suggestions.  
#Make veggie [[Make-Fried-Rice|fried rice]] with carrots, egg, soy sauce, and vegetables. First, make 1 cup (236.6 grams) of [[Cook-White-Rice|white rice]]. Then, mix together 1 chopped carrot, 1 egg, and your favorite vegetables in a medium saucepan. Pour in 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 mL) of soy sauce, heat this for 5-10 minutes or so.<ref>https://https://ift.tt/2MFTsF5.org/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Make veggie [[Make-Fried-Rice|fried rice]] with carrots, egg, soy sauce, and vegetables. First, make 1 cup (236.6 grams) of [[Cook-White-Rice|white rice]]. Then, mix together 1 chopped carrot, 1 egg, and your favorite vegetables in a medium saucepan. Pour in 2-3 tbsp (29.6-44.4 mL) of soy sauce, heat this for 5-10 minutes or so.<ref>https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-carrots/</ref>[[Image:Eat Carrots Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Use vegetables including broccoli, snap peas, and edamame.
 
#*Use vegetables including broccoli, snap peas, and edamame.
 
#*If you'd like, you can add cooked chicken, pork, or steak to your rice.  
 
#*If you'd like, you can add cooked chicken, pork, or steak to your rice.  


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