Published on August 25, 2019 by Marc & Mandy
Celebrity Chef Pete Evans shows how to make a healthy and delicious Moroccan Carrot Salad.
 
If you are looking for something delicious to make for lunch or dinner, you need to try out this recipe! This is a great light and tasty dish that is easy to make. Next time that you are at the grocery store, simply grab a few ingredients and enjoy mixing them together to make this yummy Moroccan carrot salad.
 
moroccan carrot salad pete evans
 
Pete Evans’ Moroccan Carrot Salad Ingredients:
  • carrots
  • dried currents
  • almonds or another nut of your choice
  • sumac
  • mint
  • cilantro
  • salt and pepper
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • apple cider vinegar
  • honey, ginger
  • chili flakes
 
Step 1: Grate Carrots
To get this recipe started, grate some carrots. Once you’ve got that done, add in some dried currents, to add a little bit of sweetness and texture to the dish. 
 
Step 2: Add Nuts
Next, add in your nuts of choice. In the video above, Chef Pete Evans opts for almonds, but pistachios or walnuts work as well. 
 
Step 3: Add Sumac
Next, add in sumac, which is a Middle Eastern spice that has a citrus flavor. Be generous with the sumac. 
 
Step 4: Add Fresh Herbs
Next up are your fresh herbs. Add mint, coriander, and cilantro into the mix. Follow that up with some salt and pepper.
 
Step 5: Create the Dressing
The dressing is comprised of extra virgin olive oil, apple cider vinegar, a little bit of honey, ginger, and chill flakes. Pour your dressing over your salad, mix it all together, plate and enjoy!
 
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1 comment

  • toni v 9 months ago

    what a great salad idea for something a little different than just lettuce/tomatoes/cucumber!

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