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Carrot's Original Micro Salad


Carrot's Original Micro Salad

Serves: 1

Category: Salads, Dressings, Dips and Sauces
Author: Carrots
Tags: Anti-Cancer/High Micronutrient

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Rated by: 10 members

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Ingredients:

2 medium carrots, peeled
1/4 small head cabbage
1 cup broccoli pieces
2 medium stalks celery
1 large apple, cored
1/4 cup pecans or other raw nuts
1 teaspoon ground flax seed

Instructions:

Using the S blade of a food processor, process ingredients until finely chopped, approximately the size of confetti. Pulse (turn on and off) several times during chopping.

Note: These ingredients store well, so the recipe can be increased to provide several servings.

Calories 468; Protein 11 g; Carbohydrates 69 g; Total Fat 22 g; Saturated Fat 2 g; Cholesterol 0 mg; Sodium 222 mg; Fiber 21.4 g; Beta-Carotene 10816 ug; Vitamin C 185 mg; Calcium 245 mg; Iron 3.4 mg; Folate 222 ug; Magnesium 124 mg; Zinc 2.6 mg; Selenium 5.1 ug

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Carol1one

02/17/2011 11:46 AM

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Thanks to Carrot's Original Micro Salad I have no trouble eating my raw veggies every day! If you haven't tried it, you must!

Claudia

07/24/2011 11:16 AM

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This was served at the Health Getaway in Utah, and I honestly did not care for it. It seems that I really prefer the shredding disk to the 'S' blade when it comes to salads that are prepared in the food processor. I much prefer the 'Healthy Slaw'.

Claudia

07/24/2011 11:17 AM

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This was served at the Health Getaway in Utah, and I honestly did not care for it. It seems that I really prefer the shredding disk to the 'S' blade when it comes to salads that are prepared in the food processor. I much prefer the 'Healthy Slaw'.

Landis97201

01/24/2012 05:57 PM

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I made this today and LOVED IT! I used chopped walnuts in place of pecans. I ground each ingredient separately, do not have a large enough processor. I do think it is a good idea as each ingredient grind at a different rate. We will be taking a "road trip" soon, plan to make a double or triple batch and take it with us in an ice chest. Will be great to have for either lunch or dinner! Plus the ingredients are inexpensive.

JaneHope

02/26/2012 11:29 PM

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This has been a big hit for me. I add tiny tri colored peppers from Costco. I will eat it anywhere. I try not to panic when I reach for that last container! Thank you for posting it. 5 stars plus.
This comment was last edited on 02/26/2012 11:37 PM

davismel

09/13/2013 07:19 PM

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I haven't made this yet and have a question. Does it need salad dressing on it?

tjawdat

10/28/2013 12:18 PM

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This blend is great! I cut out the nuts and flax seed and used the "Creamy Cashew Salad Dressing" on this dish. It tastes outstanding! Thanks! :-)

Sandy Leeann

04/27/2014 01:35 PM

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I love how easy this was not make. It is a new staple for my lunches. I love how yummy it tastes and how satisfied I feel after eating it. The apple and nuts sort of create the "dressing" here. It is fantastic! Next time I may try walnuts instead of pecans.

Carolyny

07/01/2015 05:16 PM

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Thanks Carrot's. I really like this salad, it is a great way to eat lots of raw vegetables. I followed the recipe as is except I didn't have carrots so I added a wedge of fresh pineapple for extra sweetness. Very good.

Carolyny

07/01/2015 05:17 PM

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Thanks Carrot's. I really like this salad, it is a great way to eat lots of raw vegetables. I followed the recipe as is except I didn't have carrots so I added a wedge of fresh pineapple for extra sweetness. Very good.