Carrots are also called carrots, carrots, yellow beet, carrots or roots. If you eat carrots as raw vegetables salad, you should always add some oil so that the fat-soluble carotene, a precursor to vitamin A, can also be dissolved and absorbed by the body. When the carrots are cooked as vegetables, they are turned into butter or oil after cooking.

All data per 100 g:
41 kcal
9 g
1 g
0 g

Recipes with Carrots

Acquacotta with tomato soup
Acquacotta with tomato soup is a typical mushroom soup from Tuscany. Cleaning mushrooms. ...
Asian Chicken Fricassee
Asian Chicken Fricassee is served in a creamy coconut milk sauce and gets its typical taste from lemon grass and coriander. Remove the visible fat under the skin from the chicken legs. ...
Asparagus Chicken Curry Soup
Asparagus Chicken Curry Soup is a simple Thai soup refined with coconut milk. Peel fresh asparagus and cut into bite-sized pieces. ...
Asparagus Toast
Asparagus Toast This asparagus toast is easily prepared in the pan. Peel the asparagus and cut it diagonally into pieces. ...
Australian Carrot Stir Cake
Australian Carrot Stir Cake tastes very juicy and keeps itself fresh for several days. That's enough for half a baking tray. ...
Baked Schnitzel Bolognese
Baked Schnitzel Bolognese Preheat oven to 200° C for Bolognese Schnitzel au gratin. Dice carrots, onions and garlic. ...
Bami Goreng with duck
Bami Goreng with duck is best prepared in a wok or a large pan. For Bami Goreng with duck first egg noodles, Mie in a bowl fill, with boiling water pour over and about 5 minutes leave to draw. ...
Beans soup with ham
Beans soup with ham Bean soup with ham is a hearty dish from Ireland. Crispy bread is served with it. ...
Beef leg slice with cabbage savoy cabbage
Beef leg slice with cabbage savoy cabbage For beef leg slice with savoy cabbage first finely dice carrots, onions and garlic. Season the beef leg slice with pepper and salt. ...

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