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Carrot Recipes

Need some new ideas for carrots? Whether it's salads, stir fries, soups, or pastas, find the best ideas for carrot recipes recipes here from Taste of Home.

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Party Carrots

Party Carrots

Party Carrots

People who don’t like carrots often change their minds after tasting this easy-to-fix dish. It’s nice for potlucks because you can prepare it ahead of time. —Bertha Johnson, Indianapolis, Indiana

Baked Rice Pilaf

Baked Rice Pilaf

Baked Rice Pilaf

I'm always in search of inexpensive yet delicious like this one to serve at potlucks. This fluffy rice dish tastes as good as it looks.—Sheree Feero, Golden, Colorado

Chicken Barley Soup

Chicken Barley Soup

Chicken Barley Soup

No question—this is my favorite soup! It's so filling that I serve it as a hearty main dish, and I have given the recipe to many of our friends and relatives. (Especially with the barley, it simply tastes too good to keep to yourself!) —Diana Costello, Marion, Kansas
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Kielbasa Split Pea Soup

Kielbasa Split Pea Soup

Kielbasa Split Pea Soup

Turkey kielbasa brings great flavor to this simple split pea soup. It’s been a hit with my entire family—even our picky toddler enjoys it. –Sandra Bonde of Brainerd, Minnesota

Layered Carrot Cake

Layered Carrot Cake

Layered Carrot Cake

I never liked carrot cake until I tried this one. The rich, moist cake with orange-flavored frosting is now a family tradition for special occasions. Sometimes I add cranberries with the raisins. —Anna Morgan, Eatonville, Washington

Makeover Li'l Cheddar Meat Loaves

Makeover Li'l Cheddar Meat Loaves

Makeover Li'l Cheddar Meat Loaves

My husband goes wild for my mini meat loaves, but this family-favorite recipe wasn’t very healthy when I first received it. The Taste of Home Test Kitchen experts slashed the calories and fat while keeping the original’s tender and delicious qualities. —Jodie Mitchell, Denver, Pennsylvania

Meat Sauce for Spaghetti

Meat Sauce for Spaghetti

Meat Sauce for Spaghetti

Here's a thick, hearty sauce that turns ordinary spaghetti and garlic bread into a filling feast. When I'm in a hurry, I make this slow cooker recipe in an electric frying pan instead. —Mary Tallman, Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin

Minestrone

Minestrone

Minestrone

Vegetables and herbs fresh from my garden make this one of our favorite soups. This recipe makes a lot, so it's perfect for large gatherings or to freeze in smaller containers for fast meals.—Virginia Bauer, Botkins, Ohio

Pork Chili Verde

Pork Chili Verde

Pork Chili Verde

Pork slowly stews with jalapenos, onion, green enchilada sauce and spices in this flavor-packed Mexican dish. It's great on its own or stuffed in a warm tortilla with sour cream, grated cheese or olives on the side. —Kimberly Burke, Chico, California

Roasted Chicken with Rosemary

Roasted Chicken with Rosemary

Roasted Chicken with Rosemary

Roasting chickens this way is simple but gives you that rich roast flavor. The rosemary gives it a sweet taste and blends well with the garlic, butter and parsley. —Isabel Zienkosky, Salt Lake City, Utah

Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup

After just one taste of this slightly sweet tomato and herb soup, my family never went back to canned soup again! I adapted this recipe from one I seen in an old cookbook. —Chris Baker of South Lake Tahoe, California

Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

I'm big on soups with tiny meatballs and pasta. I double the meatballs, poach them in the broth, remove half and freeze them for another time. —Christina Hitchcock, Madison Township, Pennsylvania

Garden Vegetable Chowder

Garden Vegetable Chowder

Garden Vegetable Chowder

"This creamy blend is chock-full of savory ingredients straight from the garden," reports Darlene Brenden of Salem, Oregon.

Pasta Meatball Soup

Pasta Meatball Soup

Pasta Meatball Soup

When time is tight, Beverly Menser whips up Pasta Meatball Soup in her Madisonville, Kentucky home. The savory Italian soup relies on items most cooks have in the kitchen, including pasta, prepared spaghetti sauce, canned and frozen vegetables and frozen meatballs. The chunky mixture only needs to simmer for minutes before it can be ladled into bowls.
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