I remember the first time I saw a bunch of rainbow carrots. I was in awe of their beauty and couldn’t wait to see what they tasted like. But I was afraid to mess them up. How would I cook them? Should I cook them? Then I exhaled and realized I could buy more than one bunch.
The first time I cut into a purple carrot, I was shocked to find it bright orange inside. If you take a peeler to it, there is almost a tie-dye effect. Raw rainbow carrots are great for snacking and perfect for veggie & dip platters. I also enjoy them roasted whole or in halves with a little olive oil and salt. Each color has a distinct flavor, and the kids love eating the rainbow.
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