No Time To Make Brekkie? Chef Kunal Kapur Has A Delish Toast Recipe With A Healthy Carrot Spread

Chef Kunal Kapur has a new recipe of toast with carrot spread and it is delicious! Here's the recipe.

by Shreya Rathod
No Time To Make Brekkie? Chef Kunal Kapur Has A Delish Toast Recipe With A Healthy Carrot Spread

Having a nutritious and nourishing breakfast is important to start your day. However, most of us skip it or don’t eat as much as we should. And this is not the ideal way to boost your nutrition level. Well, Chef Kunal Kapur has a delicious carrot spread recipe which will be perfect to have with toast when you don’t have time for breakfast. 

Chef Kunal Kapur Has A Carrot Spread Recipe


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Since you find the best carrots during winter, carrot dishes like Gajar Halwa are popular among folks! But here’s a carrot spread recipe by Chef Kunal Kapur which is perfect for breakfast and can be enjoyed with toast. 



Carrots, Orange Juice, Ginger, Black Salt, Salt, Chilli Powder, Butter and Roasted Cumin.


  • Start by cutting carrots into slices and remember to keep them even. 
  • Then, take a pan and add these carrot slices to it. 
  • Now add freshly squeezed orange juice to the pan and start the heat.
  • Add some chopped ginger, black salt, chilli powder and salt to the carrots and orange juice.
  • Cover with a lid and cook it for 20 minutes.
  • Once cooked, remove the lid and add butter and roasted cumin to the carrots.
  • Now, add the cooked vegetable to a blender and blend it into a smooth paste.
  • Your carrot dip is ready and it has a shelf life of 10 days.

Also Read: Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar Shares Winter Special Healthy Beetroot Ki Kanji Recipe

Good Source Of Vitamin A, Fibre & Other Nutrients

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1. About 10% of carbohydrates come from simple sugars, fibre, and starch found in carrots and they have a very low protein and fat content.

2. The beta carotene found in carrots is a great source of Vitamin A, potassium, Vitamin K and Vitamin B.

3. Eating carrots is associated with better eye health, a lower risk of heart disease and cancer, and both. This vegetable might also be a useful part of a diet that helps people lose weight.

4. And, last but not least, it is a perfect snack—crispy, nutritious and low in calories!

Also Read: Chef Vikas Khanna Shares Winter Special Carrot Turnip Cauliflower Pickle; Recipe Inside

So, make this delicious looking carrot spread for your kids, yourself and anyone who does like eating carrots.

Cover Image Courtesy: Kunal Kapur/ Instagram

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