Power of Carrots + Hot Dog Recipe
The carrot is a root vegetable that is a particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. It’s also a weight-loss-friendly food and has been linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health.
Carrots come in a wider variety than most realize. Along with orange, you can also find purple, yellow, white, and red carrots.
The bright orange veggie that we enjoy today was actually developed at the end of the 16th century.
Dutch farmers crossed the yellow and white varieties, along with some wild varieties, to produce sweeter tasting, more fleshy orange carrots.
For some people, the raw taste and texture of a carrot is unappealing. Even roasted carrots and carrot desserts don’t wow them. If you are one of these people, I dare you to give my carrot hot dog recipe a try.
Yes, it’s a hot dog made from a carrot. The combination of seasonings makes it taste uncannily similar to the real thing. Try it out and you might be pleasantly surprised!
Fun Veggie-Related Assignment:
- Watch the carrot hot dog recipe.
- With the added help of the written version of my carrot hot dog recipe, prepare your own carrot hot dogs.
- Take photos of them and share them in my Facebook group.
- Let me know what you liked about it as well as any variations you made or will make the next time.
I hope you enjoyed learning about veggies with this mini-course and you are inspired to get creative in the kitchen.
I know learning new recipes and techniques can be a bit overwhelming sometimes. But by completing this mini-course you have shown that you are ready to begin a new healthier, happier life.
Are you ready for the next step?