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Carrot Hot Dogs [Vegan]

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When it comes to recreating your favorite childhood meals, it's all about the seasoning and these carrot hot dogs got it right. They're made by boiling carrots until soft and then marinating them in a savory sauce. After that, you just fry them to make them a little crispy and ... ta-dah! You have yourself a whole foods-based and budget-friendly meal that's a childhood favorite.

Carrot Hot Dogs [Vegan]

Serves

4

Ingredients

  • 4 large carrots, peeled
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce or liquid aminos
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper

Preparation

  1. Peel carrots and cut off ends.
  2. Boil them until a fork goes through them. Be sure not to over boil so they fall apart.
  3. Once done, run under cold water.
  4. Create the marinade by mixing all the ingredients together.
  5. Soak the carrots for at least 4 hours in the marinade, more if you would like.
  6. Rotate them after a couple hours.
  7. When ready, fry them in a frying pan with a small amount of oil until browned on all sides.

Notes

You can change the marinade to your liking. Too vinegary? Add more water. Etc.

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Casey grew up in the deep south on a diet of meat, cheese, and few vegetables. After meeting his now husband, Zach, several years ago, he followed his advice and went vegan. Now, Casey is a pro in the kitchen and runs a vegan blog with his best friend called Two City Vegans with recipes, musings, and advice on being vegan. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


 

 

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90 comments on “Carrot Hot Dogs [Vegan]”

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Kate
3 Months Ago

I have not eaten a hot dog in over 43 years so do not remember what they taste like but this sounds tasty. I never peel my carrots but just make sure they are relatively clean. Keep the ends and cook them as well instead of wasting them.


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diane
2 Years Ago

My recipe had liquid smoke too. I tasted the marinade for hot dog flavor and added more liquid smoke. Have made they twice and everyone thought they tasted like hot dogs but is just a little odd to see the bright orange inside.


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Madison Storey
2 Years Ago

Keith hey might be worth a try!


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Sarah Berlin
2 Years Ago

Karen Reinhardt Matthew Keeney


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Sarah Berlin
2 Years Ago

Karen Reinhardt Matthew Keeney


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Evelyn Fuller
2 Years Ago

Have you tried them?


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Carol Sabatino Hirschen
2 Years Ago

Dave Hirschen I'm going to try this recipe it's sounds awesome


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Jennifer Faber Yates
2 Years Ago

Made them the other day for the first time but it was a different recipe and they came out amazing! I took pics because they even looked like hot digs. The recipe I used included liquid smoke though.


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Kacie Charles
2 Years Ago

I've had them b4 they r Great! If steamed!


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Sam Symes
2 Years Ago

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