Sweet & Sour Carrot Compote With Cumin

Sweet & Sour Carrot Compote With Cumin created by Redsie

Adapted from Quebec chef, Anne Desjardins, this condiment is lovely with a cheese and/or charcuterie plate, or with roast pork, poultry or ham.

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  • Peel and grate the carrots.
  • Chop onion into small dice.
  • Heat a saucepan over medium heat and toast cumin seeds for about a minute.
  • Add honey, vinegar and turmeric and stir till combined.
  • Add carrots and onions (and raisins if you like them) and cook over low heat till onions are soft and translucent.
  • Store in refrigerator.
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"Adapted from Quebec chef, Anne Desjardins, this condiment is lovely with a cheese and/or charcuterie plate, or with roast pork, poultry or ham."
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  1. Redsie
    Sweet & Sour Carrot Compote With Cumin Created by Redsie
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  2. Redsie
    This was a great tasty side dish!! Loved the mix of honey and vinegar!! Didn't add any raisins - but I am sure it would be a wonderful addition!! Thanks Chef Kate! :)
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  3. rosslare
    Nice and mildly flavored sweet and sour carrots, no overpowering tones at all. Not overly memorable, either.
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  4. lauralie41
    Made these carrots to go along with a baked ham. I did add the raisins, used ground cumin, matchstick sliced carrots, and green onions. The sweet/sour flavor was just right, we all enjoyed!
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  5. Sackville
    Both my husband and I really enjoyed this. I think it's great as a relish to meats and cheeses or on its own. We particularly enjoyed it in pita bread with lamb patties, yogurt, lemon juice and onions. You could use it as part of a salad or it would be quite good as a variation on a Ploughman's sandwich, instead of the chutney. A nice way to use up the glut of carrots I have at the moment.
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