Crushed red pepper gives this pretty carrot salad some heat, while coriander seeds and fresh parsley add a slight Middle Eastern flavor. Try it with dishes like braised lamb and chicken stew.
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The crushed coriander and lime juice combination really make this dish! I recommend a generous measure on the coriander seeds. It is also a great pop of color on the table. I have used both orange carrots and colored carrots. I use the adjustable slicing disc in my food processor to make thin ribbons of carrot.
I was a bit hesitant about making this salad, so I made just one serving for myself. It's fantastic! Bright, fresh, crunchy and zesty. The lime juice goes very well with the carrots and does not overpower them at all. Will def. make the full recipe next time.
Fantastic. Loved this.
Fresh, zippy, and crunchy-- everything one would want in a winter salad. I got bored with making ribbons and just shredded the carrots in my food processor.
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