0 from 0 votes Get that zing something pickled would provide without all the sodium. Simply cut the carrots and add the remaining ingredients. These low sodium dill carrots are super easy and can be Per 75 grams Sodium 55mg Potassium 254mg Phosphorus 33mg Protein 1g Calcium 29mg Magnesium 10mg Get that zing something pickled would provide without all the sodium. Simply cut the carrots and add the remaining ingredients. These low sodium dill carrots are super easy and can be Recipe Information Servings:6 Serving Size: 75 grams Course: Dinner, Lunch, Snack Cuisine: American, Greek Method: Boiling Diet Type: Kidney Friendly, Plant-Based, Vegan Nutrients: High Potassium, High Vitamin A, Low Cal, Low Phosphorus, Low Protein, Low Sodium EquipmentWhiskRefridgferatorSmall potcutting boardChef knifeBowl or plastic container Ingredients1 pound Carrots1.5 cups White vinegar1/2 cup Rice vinegar2 tsp Dill weed3 tbsp Sugar1/4 tsp Ground black pepper2 tsp Garlic powder Nutrition Facts Low Sodium Dilled Carrots Amount Per Serving (75 grams) Calories 73 Calories from Fat 9 % Daily Value* Fat 1g2%Saturated Fat 1g6%Sodium 55mg2%Potassium 254mg7%Carbohydrates 14g5%Fiber 2g8%Sugar 10g11%Protein 1g2% Vitamin A 12630IU253%Vitamin B1 1mg67%Vitamin B2 1mg59%Vitamin B3 1mg5%Vitamin B5 1mg10%Vitamin B6 1mg50%Vitamin C 4mg5%Vitamin E 1mg7%Vitamin K 10µg10%Calcium 29mg3%Copper 1mg50%Folate 14µg4%Iron 1mg6%Manganese 1mg50%Magnesium 10mg3%Phosphorus 33mg3%Selenium 1µg1%Zinc 1mg7% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. InstructionsCut the carrots into small strips like baby carrots. Steam or boil for about 3 to 5 minutes or until soft. Cool the carrots by plunging them into ice water or letting them rest in the fridge. In a jar or plastic container, whisk together all other ingredients. Add in the carrot, cover and chill over night.