This recipe is a sure-fire hit! I learned how to make it from my mom, who has become The Carrot Salad Lady in her town... she probably makes it at least once/week for potlucks and special gatherings. I know you're going to love it, too.
This hot 'n' spicy winter soup will lift your mood and keep you warm for the entire day. It is the puree of boiled carrots, ginger, apples, pepper, garlic, onions, and nutmeg, all sautéed with butter.
This is my version of how to make carrots irresistible. The limeade is made with powdered sugar, and you marinate the cooked carrots in it. It is complemented by the coconut-raisin topping.
My son calls this recipe "honey carrots" because after they've been roasted the carrots taste as sweet as if you had drizzled them with honey! There's actually no honey in this recipe, although you could certainly add some, if you like. Hopefully, you find this as yummy as we do!
Eating carrots has many health benefits. They are good source of antioxidants. Carrots' health benefits mostly come from the beta-carotene and fiber in them. This is a tasty side dish.
This recipe is so easy to make. If you love the flavors of rosemary and garlic, you need to make this rustic side dish that is the perfect side dish for lamb, chicken, steak and pork.
For such an unassuming vegetable the carrot certainly has an amazing history; carrots are as old as time, multi-cultural, and did you know that they were part of World War II propaganda?
An easy 1 minute glaze transforms eveyday boiled carrots into a very tasty side dish. Learn how to glaze vegetables with easy instructions here.
The deal was too good to pass up, so I purchased a five pound bag of carrots for $3.50. But what was I going to do with all of these carrots? Grate them and save some for later!