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DifficultyBeginner
Prep Time5 minsCook Time38 minsTotal Time43 mins
Ingredients
 4 Large carrots, peeled and cut lengthways
 ½ Red onion, sliced
 Zest of half an orange
 Small handful of parsley, roughly chopped
 2 tbsp Flaked almonds
 200 g Hommus (plain or flavoured)
Directions
1

Preheat oven to 200 degrees C.

2

Pop carrots on large baking tray and toss with 1tbsp Olive oil, season with salt and pepper, roast for 20 minutes.

3

Remove carrots from oven, add onion and toss gently to combine.

4

Turn oven down to 175 degrees c, return vegetables to oven for 10 mins.

5

Remove vegetables from oven, scatter almonds on top, don’t mix. Return to oven for 8 minutes.

6

Meanwhile choose a nice plate and smear your hummus over the base.

7

Remove the vegetables from the oven, grate orange zest over the ingredients whilst still in baking tray, scatter over the parsley.

8

Now make a pretty pile of vegetables on top of your hummus, scatter with any remaining parsley and tuck in!

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Top Tips
9

If you don’t have hommus, you can substitute for a different dip or yoghurt. I used beetroot hommus!
You can use pretty much any nut in place of almonds. Hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans etc

Ingredients

Ingredients
 4 Large carrots, peeled and cut lengthways
 ½ Red onion, sliced
 Zest of half an orange
 Small handful of parsley, roughly chopped
 2 tbsp Flaked almonds
 200 g Hommus (plain or flavoured)

Directions

Directions
1

Preheat oven to 200 degrees C.

2

Pop carrots on large baking tray and toss with 1tbsp Olive oil, season with salt and pepper, roast for 20 minutes.

3

Remove carrots from oven, add onion and toss gently to combine.

4

Turn oven down to 175 degrees c, return vegetables to oven for 10 mins.

5

Remove vegetables from oven, scatter almonds on top, don’t mix. Return to oven for 8 minutes.

6

Meanwhile choose a nice plate and smear your hummus over the base.

7

Remove the vegetables from the oven, grate orange zest over the ingredients whilst still in baking tray, scatter over the parsley.

8

Now make a pretty pile of vegetables on top of your hummus, scatter with any remaining parsley and tuck in!

-
Top Tips
9

If you don’t have hommus, you can substitute for a different dip or yoghurt. I used beetroot hommus!
You can use pretty much any nut in place of almonds. Hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans etc

Roasted carrots with caramelised onions, hummus and almonds