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  • I know that serving raw or lightly steamed vegetables is the healthiest choice, but my family gets tired of it and I cannot serve a boring plate of steamed carrots to my guests
  • I find the sauce is the best part and I thicken it and pour it over the carrots


    • by duckfan
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      I am always looking for easy vegetable recipes that my family will eat. I know that serving raw or lightly steamed vegetables is the healthiest choice, but my family gets tired of it and I cannot serve a boring plate of steamed carrots to my guests. This recipe has the advantage of being, quick, very easy for anyone to make, very cheap and it uses things most of us have on hand already. All the guests including

      kids I have served this to have loved it and they are always all gone very quickly. When I make this my 2 year old always has to eat a handful before I serve it because she likes it so much. If you are bored of normal carrots and want something different, try this recipe out.

      Ingredients:

      3 cups peeled and sliced carrots ( I usually use baby carrots because they are easier and do not need to be peeled,


      • but large carrots work well too) 2 tablespoons butter (you may use margarine as well, but it doesn’t taste as good) 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 1/2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill (or 1 tsp dried) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper

        Directions

        Peel and slice carrots into small medallions. Place carrots in a skillet and pour in just enough water to cover. Bring to a boil over medium heat; simmer until water has evaporated and the carrots are tender. You may

        also steam carrots until tender in a pan if you like. Stir in butter, brown sugar, dill, salt, and pepper. If sauce is too thin, add in a mixture of cornstarch and water. I often need to do this as my sauce is too thin. This will thicken if you leave it on the stove a minute or more, but will not be very thick. I find the sauce is the best part and I thicken it and pour it over the carrots.




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