"Marotte" is a carrot (?) Made from meat. Arby's, known for selling roast beef sandwiches, has created and published a recipe.
Substitutes for meat made from vegetables, such as hamburgers made from soybean meat, grilled ginger, and fried chicken, are appearing one after another. Arby's created "Marotte" in response to this trend, saying, "If you can make meat with vegetables, you should be able to make vegetables with meat."
To make "marotte", first cut the turkey breast into carrot-like pieces. Wrap this in gauze and wrap and boil for about an hour.
After pulling it up, sprinkle a generous amount of carrot powder on the surface and roast it for 1 hour to complete. Insert parsley at the end for a more carrot-like look.
The resulting "marotte" is nutritious. A quarter pound of turkey breast contains only 11 IU of vitamin A, but Marrot can get about 70% of the daily vitamin A needed. ..
Even if you love meat and don't like vegetables, you can eat "meat-made vegetable" vegetable "" including "marotte" ... or you may want to eat it positively. As a result, you can balance various nutrients. It may be possible to take it well. This seems to be (one of) the aim of Arby's.
Please refer to the following video released by Arby's for how to make "Marotte".
Arby's Marrot from Inspire Stories on Vimeo.