Steamed Carrots with Tuna Caesar Dressing
Very rarely is the humble carrot a hero in a dish but this entree, with its delicious Tuna Caesar sauce, or tuna Caesar dressing in this case, takes whole carrots to the next level. In this recipe, Justine Schofield substitutes anchovies – what you’d traditionally find in a Caesar sauce, with tuna. Everyone has a can of tuna in the pantry making this dish so easy to make. What’s more, it’s delicious!
Did you know: Carrots are root vegetables that were first grown in Afghanistan around 900 AD. Orange may be their best-known colour, but they also come in other hues, including purple, yellow, red, and white. Early carrots were purple or yellow. Orange carrots were developed in Central Europe around the 15th or 16th century. This popular and versatile veggie may taste slightly different depending on the colour, size, and where it’s grown. The sugar in carrots gives them a slightly sweet flavour, but they also can taste earthy or bitter.
Carrots have a wealth of antioxidants and offer many health benefits. Source: WebMd
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