Roasted Carrot Onion Soup with Dukkah Spice

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You’ve never had carrot soup like this before. This buttery, slightly sweet roasted carrot onion soup gets a serious kick of flavor, thanks to a sprinkle of homemade dukkah spice on top. It’s sure to warm you up from the inside out! Read more now to add this spiced soup recipe to your collection of cozy favorites.

How to Cook Carrots in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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For a quick and easy side dish, everyone should know how to cook carrots in an electric pressure cooker. It doesn’t matter if you love regular or baby versions of the vegetable, this guide provides everything you need to know to cook them perfectly in just a few minutes, seasoned however you like. Read more.

Beer Is for More Than Just Drinking: Make the Best Slow Cooker Oktoberfest Stew

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Get into the German spirit with the best Oktoberfest stew. The rich flavors of this hearty dish make it a delicious way to celebrate fall. Pop it in the slow cooker in the morning, and dinner will be ready to put on the table when you get home. Find out why beer isn’t just for drinking and get the recipe now on Foodal.

Herbed Lemon Carrot Salad

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Freshly grated carrot tossed in luscious olive oil creates the base for this fresh and vibrant side dish. Mixed with sweet tarragon, parsley, and a splash of lemon juice, this herbed lemon carrot salad offers a tasty new twist, and it’s so easy to make. Read more now to add this crunchy dish to your recipe collection.

Carrot, Rainbow Chard, and Red Potato Dal (Vegan)

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This carrot, rainbow chard, and red potato dal is a healthy vegan dish that’s packed with warming spices. Made in just one pan, it’s a hearty meatless entree, and you can serve it alongside other Indian-inspired dishes for a bigger meal. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of vegan favorites.

Spicy-Sweet Maple Glazed Pork Roast with Root Vegetables

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This maple glazed roasted pork roast with root vegetables is an ultra juicy cut of meat that will leave everyone around the table raving over the meal. The meat and vegetables are coated in a sweet and spicy glaze. And it’s made in one skillet, so cleanup is minimal once you’re done. Get the recipe now.

Simple Spelt Flour Carrot Cake with Ricotta Frosting

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For a healthier and lighter carrot cake, make this spelt flour and sucanat version decorated with a fluffy ricotta frosting. Enjoy heavenly slices of cake speckled with vibrant carrots. Moist and spiced, it is nicely balanced by hints of pure maple syrup in the frosting. Learn how to make the recipe now.

Homemade Carrot Risotto Goes with Everything

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Creamy and filled with fresh herbs, this carrot risotto will go with with anything you want to cook this week. The filling rice dish is rich in flavor, making it an ideal side or vegetarian entree. You’ll want to eat this all season long to maximize your carrot intake! Get the easy and delicious recipe now.

Classic Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

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Each layer of this classic carrot cake is filled with toasted pecans and plump golden raisins. And it looks gorgeous covered in thick cream cheese frosting. Even on its own, this dessert – dark, moist, fragrant, and bursting with bright orange shreds – is a beautiful way to eat your veggies. Get the recipe on Foodal.

Herb-Roasted Carrot Tartines with Pesto and Goat Cheese

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These unique tartines are simple to assemble for your next party: toasted bread, soft chevre, pesto, roasted carrots, a little maple syrup, and chopped fresh parsley. They’re hard not to love, from the crunchy base of the toast to all the ingredients piled on top. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.

This Wholesome Carrot Soup Recipe will Warm You Up on a Cold Day

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Chase the chill away with a wholesome carrot soup recipe. This simple bowl of healthy goodness is just what you need to warm up and feel full. The rich flavor tastes complex, but you will love how easy it is to make. It’s homey enough for a straightforward dinner, but can also be served as an appetizer. Read more now.

The Autumn Side You Won’t Want to Stop Making: Roasted Fall Vegetables

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Roasted fall vegetables are the one side dish that will go with any main entree you make this season. The hearty variety of flavorful roots and tubers paired with orange, ginger, turmeric, and coriander really make this dish pop. Plus, they’re easy to make, with straightforward instructions. Get the recipe now.