One thing I struggle with is getting my youngest to eat her veggies. She really only likes broccoli and even then will only eat the “tree” part, not the stalk. I found that she will eat carrots if I cook them with a little butter and brown sugar on the stove. She calls these “Sugar Carrots”. But since this past month I was searching for a recipe incorporating ginger and carrots, I decided to try these in the crock-pot with a little fresh ginger and oj. The result got two thumbs up from my picky eater!
If you’ve never cooked with fresh ginger before, it can be a little daunting when you bring home that knubby looking ginger root and try to figure out how to peel it without completely destroying it (or your fingers). A trick I learned is to use a regular kitchen spoon to scrape off the peel. You’ll be amazed at how easily the peel comes off and the spoon is able to get into those crevices. If you need a tutorial on how to do this, here is a video demonstration from Howdini I found on YouTube:
SAHM mom of 3 in Central MA who enjoys cooking and blogging. I enjoy experimenting in the kitchen and am not fond of measuring. My grandmother just added a "pinch of this" and a "pat of that" so that's how I cook!
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