Vegan MoFo #7: Carrot-“Bacon” Skillet

I opted for a veggie dish today. It was easy; it was good. It needed two things to make it really good, and those two things are MOAR “BACON” and rice to eat it on. There are leftovers, so tomorrow I’m going to eat it with MOAR “BACON” and on RICE.

carrots

This recipe was originally found on page 172 of the 1978 Betty Crocker cookbook.

1 1/2 lb fresh carrots
2 T vegan bacon bits (purchased or from this recipe)
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 c snipped parsley

Grate the carrots into a 10″ skillet. Saute with the salt and a little oil for about 5 minutes. Sprinkle with bacon bits and parsley and serve.

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