Log in to  your Cookthink account !

Give us the email address you used to sign up with to Cookthink!

close

what you need to know

How to cut a carrot on the bias

cutting carrots on the bias - cookthink

When you prep carrots and other vegetables for dishes where their form really stands out -- like salads and stir-fries -- it's nice to cut them on the bias. Cutting this way increases the surface area of each slice, makes a thinner cut easier and just looks better.

To cut a carrot on the bias, chop off and discard the the root and stem, then slice the carrot at a sharp angle. Hold it firm against the cutting board for stability with one hand but keep your fingers tucked under and away from the blade.

Recipe: Carrot Mint Salad (Cookthink)
Recipe: Carrot Salad With Ginger Miso Vinaigrette (Cookthink)

Icon-star_2
print email
0comments view all add comment
AddThis Social Bookmark Button