Sultan's Tent Carrot Salad

Sultan's Tent Carrot Salad created by Redsie

This recipe is from a lady named Dana Kayal. She was in Calgary, Canada and dined in a fabulous restaurant called the Sultan's Tent. They serve authentic Morrocan food and this is one of the wonderful recipes she ate. When she told them how good it was and she wanted the recipe, they gave it to her!

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  • Steam carrots lightly until tender crisp, about 4 minutes. The carrots may be roasted or pan fried also which will bring out more flavor. Mix with remaining ingredients and let marinate 2-3 hours. To eat this warm, just heat the carrots and dressing slightly.
  • Serve on plates and enjoy!
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"This recipe is from a lady named Dana Kayal. She was in Calgary, Canada and dined in a fabulous restaurant called the Sultan's Tent. They serve authentic Morrocan food and this is one of the wonderful recipes she ate. When she told them how good it was and she wanted the recipe, they gave it to her!"
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  1. Dienia B.
    ok i will rate this again lol this is a easy tasty dish that would go with about everything i loved the lemon with this
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  2. Sydney Mike
    This recipe has a great combo of spices that make this carrot dish very satisfying! Was tempted to leave out the cayenne but am glad I didn't as it added I nice warming touch! Thanks for yet another keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my vegan teammates in the Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap II]
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  3. Redsie
    Sultan's Tent Carrot Salad Created by Redsie
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  4. Redsie
    Very nice side dish! We liked the mix of spices and lemon juice. Will try it again cold - had it warm and liked it that way!! Thanks Sharon!
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  5. COOKGIRl
    I preferred the taste of this salad warmed rather than at room temperature. I think pan frying or roasting the ingredients would be even better to caramelize the sugar! This was served on a bed of mixed greens. Olive oil was the oil of choice and I would be more inclined next time to use toated cumin seeds for cumin powder. A sprinkle of toasted almonds would be a nice touch, too. Easy as pie to put together, especially since I micro-steamed the carrots briefly. Thanks for posting. cg
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