Grated Carrots with Parsley and Lemon

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  • Makes


    First-Course Servings when Served with 3 other Crudité Salads
    • Difficulty


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By James Peterson

Published 2007

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Served alone, this salad would be a little austere, but when served with other crudité salads, its lovely note of sweetness is welcome. You might assume that almost nothing could be easier than grating a carrot, but it actually requires considerable finesse. If you grate carrots too thickly, they will be hard and monotonous to chew. If you grate them too fine, they will be mushy. If you are grating just enough carrots for this recipe, the best tool to use is an old-fashioned box grater. But