List of carrot dishes
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This is a list of carrot dishes and foods, which use carrot as a primary ingredient. The carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus) is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though purple, red, white, and yellow varieties exist.
- Apio – Balkan Jewish braised celery root and carrot dish
- Carrot bread – a bread or quick bread that uses carrot as a primary ingredient.
- Carrot cake
- Carrot cake cookie
- Carrot chips – sliced carrots that have been fried or dehydrated
- Carrot juice – has a uniquely sweet flavor of concentrated carrots, and is often consumed as a health drink
- Carrot pudding – can be served as either a savory pudding or as a sweet dessert
- Carrot salad – recipes vary widely by regional cuisine, and shredded carrot is often used. Shredded carrot salads are also sometimes used as a topping for other dishes.
- Carrot of the sea – an unknown sailor dish from the early 17th century, made by drying salty carrots.
- Carrot soup – may be prepared as a cream-style soup and as a broth-style soup.
- Cezerye – gelatinous confection made with carrots
- Chai tow kway
- Gajar ka halwa – a carrot-based sweet dessert pudding from the Indian subcontinent
- Glazed carrots
- Hutspot – Boiled vegetable dish associated with Dutch cuisine
- Kimpira - a Japanese dish which main ingredient is root vegetables, such as gobos and carrots
- Mashed carrots – usually served as a side dish to meat and/or vegetables
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