3 carrots with their leaves
4 fresh mint leaves (can be replaced with another herb; to taste)
Handful of raisins
Dash of olive oil
Dash of lemon juice
Pinch of salt
1. Chop the carrot roots (with their peel on, if they are organic) in the food processor (pulse) until they have a couscous texture. Put aside in a bowl.
2. Chop finely the carrot leaves with a knife, like you would do with parsley. Remove the hard stems, if there are any. Add to bowl with the carrot “couscous,” raisins, and chopped mint leaves.
3. Season to taste with lemon juice, olive oil, and salt.
A delicious way to use the leaves of carrots.
The carrot leaves taste delicious, so don’t hesitate to put more.
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