How to make Carrot Juice

Clean the carrots. Wash a kilogram of carrots ( about 8 carrots ) under water. Scrub it with a vegetable brush if you can. Use a knife to cut off the ends where the carrots connect to the lush green carrots of the plant. If you’re concerned about pesticides on the surface of your carrots, you can peel them. This does not greatly reduce the nutritional value of the juice.

You can also buy organic carrots which cost more but are completely pesticide-free.

Cut the carrots into small pieces. Even if you have a high-quality blender, you don’t want to damage your equipment by putting in whole carrots.

Cut the carrots into pieces before turning them into juice. Any blender or food processor will work well with 1- to 2-inch pieces. 3 Mash the carrots.

Blend clean carrot pieces in a blender or food processor. Process until pureed. Add a small amount of water if the carrots are not wet and need a little help chopping.

Note that a food processor will not puree carrots like a blender. It is not a big problem to use this method, but use a blender if available.

Mix it with water. To reduce the taste of carrots a little, mix carrots with water. This will improve the taste and make the carrots more liquid.

Bring two cups of water to boil. Mix the mashed carrots and hot water in a large glass bowl. Stir to ensure the mashed carrots are blended.

Leave the mixture to absorb. One of the great properties of water is that it absorbs nutrients and flavors when hot. Just like tea, the longer you leave it, the stronger the taste and nutritiousness of the juice. Leave it 15 to 30 minutes.

Remove the pulp. Using a hand strainer, strain the juice into a 2-quart jar. Using a glass base or something blunt, press the puree to extract as much juice as possible through the strainer. If you want to strain more pulp, pour the resulting juice through a jelly strainer.

Add orange juice. It’s a matter of choice but it will make the juice taste even more delicious!

Adjust the mixture. Depending on how rich you want your carrot juice, add water to adjust the taste.

Serve immediately. The juice begins to oxidize and lose its nutritional value immediately, especially if you use a quick juicer. You should try to drink the juice as soon as you prepare it, whether at room temperature or with ice. If you prefer not to or need to store it, it should not be kept in the refrigerator for more than 24 hours.