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Carrot and Chestnut Cream with Greek Yogurt
Carrot and Chestnut Cream with Greek Yogurt

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Carrot and Chestnut Cream with Greek Yogurt

Carrot and chestnut cream with greek yogurt





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  • 1 leek - white part only
  • 750 g carrots
  • 8-10 tablespoons raw chestnuts and 4 roasted chestnuts to decorate
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • Salt, cumin, and pepper
  • Greek yogurt with no added sugar

Step by Step


1. Cut the leek into big slices and simmer in a casserole dish with olive oil, the colour changing.

2. Clean and slice the carrots and add them into the casserole with the raw chestnuts, which must be peeled.

3. Cover in two fingers of water and keep boiling until carrots and chestnuts are soft.

4. Blend everything and season it. If is too thick, add some more water until you get the desired texture.

5. Serve with a tablespoon of Greek yogurt and a roasted chestnut as a topping.




Carrots are loaded with beta-carotene, a substance that our body turns into Vitamin A. This vitamin has many functions, including improving our night vision. Without Vitamin A, we wouldn’t be able to see the stars in a dark night.

Do you know which other vegetables have beta-carotene? Every red or orange vegetable: red pepper, tomato, pumpkin, sweet potato… But some green vegetables contain it too, including broccoli and spinach.