Recipes in the 'Carrots' category
140 results found under: Carrots
This recipe is a delicious and easy way to turn an inexpensive bag of frozen vegetables into an exotic, healthy side dish. Fresh carrots can be substituted.
Cake – with frosting – on a diet?!? Oh, yeah! This slimmed-down version of an old favorite is a perfect accompaniment with coffee after a meal or as a snack.
Orange you glad carrots are good for you? This sweet treat makes a fabulous snack, brunch dish or even the perfect hostess gift.
Bugs Bunny would be envious. These maple glazed carrots are the perfect way to top off a gourmet meal. They're a sweet treat. Orange you glad we shared this recipe with you?
Do not be a chicken. Experiment with this recipe and it's sure to satisfy. Garnish this scrumptious soup with slices of pitted black olives.
Turn this turnip dish into part of a glorious meal. This vegetable and cheese casserole is perfect for any special occasion.
It's time to start caring about carrots. This recipe features creamy carrots with heavy cream and cheese coated and baked with a breadcrumb crust. It's a good place to start.
Don't turnip your nose to this tasty casserole. This scrumptious recipe is a great way for your kids to get their veggies... in disguise.
Take a lesson from Bugs Bunny and get yourself a batch of carrots. Although carrots play the leading role, there are plenty of vegetables as a supporting cast.
It's time you mustard up the courage to whip up your own homemade dressing. This honey mustard recipe will go great on a salad, a chicken breast or whatever else you opt for.
These Asian-infused beef lettuce wraps are the ultimate sandwich alternative. Loaded with flavor, this great-tasting dish "leaves" little to the imagination.
It's Thai time you give these gourmet wraps a go. Made with a peanutty soy sauce, the chicken wraps are to get you rolling along. They'll become a staple on your menu.
Talk about gourmet goodness. Sink your teeth into this decadent baguette sandwich loaded with prosciutto, Swiss cheese and a host of fresh vegetables, ranging from zucchini to red onion.
This chicken stew prepares a delicious one-dish meal. It meats all the necessary requirements for being Kosher. It's good for those special Jewish holidays... or any other day. Serve with bagels.
The Borsht is traditionally cooked with beetroot as a main ingredient, which gives it a strong red color. Use beef soup bones so that the dish comes out as it was meant to "beet."
Talk about a fenn-omenal dish. This beef and fennel stew goes down so smooth. It's loaded with so many great-tasting ingredients you'll be stuffed after one bowl.
Tofu has very little flavor or smell on its own and has “spongy” properties. It soaks up the flavors of the other ingredients; in this case sesame dressing with a nice ginger flavor can be tasted in every tofu bite.
When you're in the market for a one-dish meal, this will surely fit your bill. Toss all of the ingredients into one great pot. Beef, veggies and rice -- it has everything. Swap out rice for macaroni for a healthy twist on beefy mac.
Oh. My. Cod. This seafood chowder is by far one of the best soups you'll ever taste. When we say it's going to bowl you over, we mean it. You'll love every spoonful.
This Italian soup gives no limit to the type of vegetables that can be used. In fact there is no set recipe for minestrone, since it is usually made out of whatever vegetables are in season.