Recipe Carrot And Tomato Smoothie

classic33

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Ingredients
Carrots, 4 medium
Tomatoes, 6 medium
Celery, chopped 1/2 stalk
Salt to taste
Ice cubes, as required
Lemon juice, 2 tablespoons

Method
  • Cut carrots into one-inch cubes and tomatoes into quarters and freeze them for some time. Put the frozen tomato cubes in a blender/smoothie maker and blend.
  • Add frozen carrot cubes and blend again. Add celery pieces, salt and pepper powder and blend again. Add ice cubes, freshly extracted lemon juice and blend again.
  • Serve chilled in a stemmed glass.
  • Enjoy!

http://www.sanjeevkapoor.com/Recipe/Carrot-And-Tomato-Smoothie-KhaanaKhazana.html
 

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In a morning drink!!
For some people, didn't you know that? I bought a new blender yesterday and decided to try a carrot smoothie just because I wanted to do something with the aged carrots I needed to get rid off. I thought it was awful. Put that with tomatoes, I don't know I am going to love this.
 
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For some people, didn't you know that? I bought a new blender yesterday and decided to try a carrot smoothie just because I wanted to do something with the aged carrots I needed to get rid off. I thought it was awful.
Now add the tomato's!
 

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I edited my earlier post. I am not excited about adding the tomatoes.
You probably know already that I'm not a fan of smoothies. Its become a trend just like cupcakes and coconut oil and gluten free diets and ... well the list goes on. However, perhaps you would have been better off useing less aged carrots? :D
 

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Found one called "Breakfast in a glass". A Bacon, Egg & Tomato smoothie.

They're not as new as people think either. Just the fact the means of making have become more readily available and their use changed
 

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You probably know already that I'm not a fan of smoothies. Its become a trend just like cupcakes and coconut oil and gluten free diets and ... well the list goes on. However, perhaps you would have been better off useing less aged carrots? :D
For me smoothies are an easier way to consume veggies. I struggle to eat some vegetables put on my plate so a smoothie is my safe route.
 

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Brussel Sprouts?
I love Brussel sprouts - roasted, with pecans - not so sure about in a smoothie though. I'm not keen on bought smoothies; they usually are just an excuse to use up loads of bananas. Having said that, I went into Romford one day and stopped at a pop-up smoothie bar and had a gorgeous one full of all sorts of fruit but no bananas. The bloke who made it even washed the flask out thoroughly before he made it because I made a point of telling him I was allergic to them.
 

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I love Brussel sprouts - roasted, with pecans - not so sure about in a smoothie though. I'm not keen on bought smoothies; they usually are just an excuse to use up loads of bananas. Having said that, I went into Romford one day and stopped at a pop-up smoothie bar and had a gorgeous one full of all sorts of fruit but no bananas. The bloke who made it even washed the flask out thoroughly before he made it because I made a point of telling him I was allergic to them.
Very few bananas in the ones I've posted though!
 
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