Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - EASY DINNERS -

Juli­enne peel­ers look like or­di­nary peel­ers, but the blade has ser­ra­tions to cut slices into match­sticks. They’re avail­able from kitchen shops and Asian gro­cers. You can cut car­rot into match­sticks with a knife. Cut car­rot into 5cm lengths, cut lengths into thin slices; stack two to three slices to­gether, cut into thin match­stick like strips. Pickle red onion and car­rot a day ahead; re­frig­er­ate un­til ready to use.

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