International Carrot Day: Do You Have '24 Carrot Gold' In Your Diet?
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Wow, carrot!! Adding these 24 carrot gold to your plate is the perfect way to celebrate International carrot day. This vibrant root vegetable is high in vitamins and nutrients and is delicious! Carrots are high in alpha- and beta-carotene and enough vitamin K and B6. Carrots aid in weight loss, vision improvement, cancer prevention, and skin health, among other things. Carrots are commonly used in salads, soups, halwa, cakes, and puddings, and carrot salads are a staple in many regional cuisines. Carrots can be eaten raw, but they can also be prepared in almost any way. Mr Jayant Gandhi, Founder, Mellow Garden, is here with a low-carb dish for you with delicious ways to incorporate carrots into your diet.

  • Pickles in a Pink Color: To boost the nutritional value of your carrots, pickle them. The beneficial components in vegetables are made more readily available for absorption by the body when they are pickled or fermented. As a result, add some crunch and vitamin A to your diet. Carrots, sliced, shredded or pickled, can be added to any salad.
  • Cake made with carrots: Prepare a standard cake batter and mix carrots into it. Add walnuts, cinnamon, ginger, mixed ground spice, and spices like cinnamon, ginger, and ground mixed spice. Fruit such as raisins, shredded coconut and pineapple can be added for natural sweetness. Bake this delicacy.
  • Weight loss funda with low carb: Carrots can be puréed and added to soups or smoothies after being cooked, steamed, or fried. First, whip the butter and sugar together until soft. Then, add the eggs one at a time, allowing them to emulsify with the sugar mixture properly.
  • Take-out Asian cuisine prepared at home: In a wok, combine sliced carrots, brown rice, one egg, the rest of your preferred vegetables, and a small quantity of low-sodium soy sauce. After a quick stir-fry, sit down to a simple Asian-flavored main course.
  • Soup with Carrots: Carrots should be grated and added to clear soups and vegetable stocks. Carrots are high in roughage, which is beneficial to digestive health. Therefore, rather than carrot juice, soups may be an excellent option.
  • Casserole of carrots: Shredded carrots, low-fat shredded cheese, and a tiny amount of margarine are combined in a bowl. Crumbled whole wheat crackers can be sprinkled on top. Preheat the oven and bake for 30-45 minutes.
  • Fried Rice with Carrots: By adding veggies like maize, carrots, and beans to your bowl of Chinese fried rice, you can boost the fibre content. For example, carrots are high in water and may help you feel fuller quickly.
  • Slow-cooked and delicious: Carrots may be used in various soups and slow-cooker recipes. For example, in our Turkey Cranberry Stew, they're incredibly yummy.
  • Carrot Smoothie: Smoothie with a calming effect. To make a vivid orange cocktail, combine carrots, pineapple juice, low-fat yoghurt, and honey.
  • Carrot Dip: Carpe, Dip them! Carrots go well with hummus, vegetable dips, and low-fat dressings. Carrot Tuna Vegetable Dip.
  • Grab and go: Carrots are a terrific on-the-go snack and a great 'keep you occupied' nibble at home. Peel and eat!
  • Dip in peanut butter: Peanut butter is no longer just for celery. So grab a handful of tiny carrots and get dipping!
  • Sweet and sour: Combine sweet carrots with exciting spices to provide an appealing surprise for your taste buds.

Add a sweet glaze to the mix:

  1. In a frying pan, combine 100 per cent orange juice, a tiny bit of brown sugar, and butter.
  2. Sauté until everything is well blended.
  3. Roll cooked carrots in the mixture, set aside to cool, and eat!

So healthylicious, what are you waiting for? Just ring your food factory for 24 carrot gold on your plate.