Every bunny loves carrots for dinner at Easter time! Glazed with butter or honey, spiced with fresh ginger, or paired with other veggies, our carrot side dish recipes will make your Easter holiday dinner complete.
Maple syrup, butter and thyme give fresh flavor to ho-hum carrots. Try this with canned or reheated frozen vegetables.
Cranberries and ginger perk up the flavor of parsnips and carrots in this glazed side dish recipe.
Cheese sauce and croutons make this side-dish casserole hard to resist. Serve it with beef or pork roast, or grilled chicken.
For a fresh twist on this classic Thanksgiving side dish, glaze carrots with verjus, the pressed juice from unripe grapes; it has a sweet-tart flavor and is similar to, but less sharp than, vinegar.
Flavored with tangy lemon, honey, and a mild-flavored red hot pepper, these delicious whole carrots can be served as a side dish with many meals.
Here's a side dish for all ages and all holidays. A buttery glaze accented with ginger coats fresh, tender-sweet carrots.
Caramelized onions, ginger, and sweet potatoes create this delicious recipe that's perfect for any weeknight meal.
This good-for-you vegetable recipe includes carrots glazed in a simple butter and tarragon sauce that can be prepared in less than 15 minutes. Try a twist on this recipe and make a glaze with maple syrup and sesame seeds.
A coating of honey dressing and a quick roast takes away any hint of bitterness in the carrots (translation: this vegetable side dish is totally picky eater-approved).
Side dishes don't get much easier than this spicy carrot saute. Add as much sriracha as your taste buds an handle!
Steamed carrots just need a dab of butter and a sprinkling of cinnamon-spiced almonds to go from rabbit food to standout side dish.
Baby carrots get a sweet honey-ginger glaze in this simple side dish recipe.