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Carrot Paella

by Bryony Harrison (follow)
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carrot paella


Trying to cut out the carbs, but missing your rice? Carrot paella might just be the answer.

Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Makes: 3 servings

Ingredients
2 large carrots
1 yellow pepper
60g peas
150g chorizo
400g tinned tomatoes
1/4 tsp chilli flakes
1/2 tsp ground turmeric
1 tsp paprika
2 tsp ground parsley
2 tbsp lemon juice

Method



carrot paella


Using a spiraliser, spiralise the carrots.



carrot paella


Pulse the carrots in a food processor so that it looks like rice.

Chop onion, pepper, and chorizo, and mix with the carrot.



carrot paella, frying pan


Stir in the remaining ingredients and simmer in a frying pan for ten minutes.

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#Carrot
#Paella
#Healthy
#Easy
#Quick
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Hi Bryony
As | said recipe contents looks nutritious. However not appetizing to look out. May be that's why only a few have ticked it to try. The peas need to be added at the last minute to still be green. If frozen peas are put in boiling water and stand for 10 minutes they will be ready if not then drain and put more hot water in. Fresh parsley on stalks decorating the top would give it colour.
I will try this as its cheap and looks to be tasty.

I tend to go for a no fuss approach and ease of preparation over how it actually looks. I consider that more important, and I don't like adding unnecessary ingredients just to make it look pretty. I take your point on board though, as the picture is what people first see when they decide to click. The lighting in my kitchen is very bad though, so getting a good picture is very difficult no matter what I do to it.
Carrot Paella looks nutritious but not very appetizing to look at! Suggest some more green is added to it. Even Italian parsley or chopped chives.
Looks can be deceiving; it is absolutely full of delicious flavour without any other additions. If you want to add some herbs to it, go for it.
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