Tag Archives: carrots

Carrot Fritters with Dukkah

Six times a year, the LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) issues their Food & Drink magazine.  Wonderful perusing during some downtime and I try to make at least one recipe from each issue.  From the Autumn 2015 issue, I have chosen to share the Carrot Fritters with Dukkah.  I was preparing a middle eastern […]

Moroccan Carrot Spread with Pistachio-Coconut Dukkah

Unexpected company is coming over and what do you have around for an appetizer?  Hummus is always an easy backup but it is time to find something new.  This Moroccan Carrot Spread will fill that something new.  And topped with a Pistachio Dukkah, an aromatic Egyptian blend of nuts, seeds and spices, you will have […]

14-Carat Carrots

My friend, Brian, is an urban farmer. Lives in downtown Ottawa but has a summer vegetable garden that is impressive: tomatoes, zucchini, eggplants, carrots, beans, to name a few, dill, parsley and enough basil to supply his family with a year’s worth of pesto.  Of course, I was honoured to be a recipient of  his […]

Quinoa with Spiced Carrots

I confess, I’m a bit of a food collector. I have to have every kind of grain, rice, seed, nut and dried fruit in my pantry ‘just in case’ I need to prepare any recipe at a moment’s notice. And every spice, a variety of salts and peppers too.  So much so, that I had […]

Moroccan Carrots

From the same wonderful Balaboosta cookbook as the Spicy Chicken Tagine, which I shared with you previously, this is a marvelous side dish. The recipe says it serves 4 to 6 but I had 10 people for dinner and each mouthful has a kick of flavour and there was more than enough for 10. Moroccan […]