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.See Popular Carrots Recipes
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Maple syrup, butter and thyme give fresh flavor to ho-hum carrots. Try this with canned or reheated frozen vegetables.
So you and your kids aren't making like Bugs Bunny and you have lots of leftover cooked carrots to deal with? Well, we wouldn't exactly say "recycle" your carrots, but definitely put them to use a second time. And no, it doesn't have to be the same old steamed carrots you served last night.
An easy set-it-and-forget-it side dish that will have the kids begging for more veggies!
An easy and sweet side dish that will go perfectly with your Easter ham.
Cranberries and ginger perk up the flavor of parsnips and carrots in this glazed side dish recipe.
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.
Carrots make a colorful and healthy side dish to perk up an everyday meal or add flourish to a special-occasion feast. While there are likely hundreds of variations on how to cook carrots, preparing these healthful veggies in a way that is especially delicious is key to getting even the pickiest eaters to pile them onto their plates.
These delicious whipped carrots make a beautifully perfect side to your favorite pork dish.
Cheese sauce and croutons make this side-dish casserole hard to resist. Serve it with beef or pork roast, or grilled chicken.
Most people cook carrots in water, Shawn McClain says, which dulls their flavor. His secret to keeping them super tasty is to cook them in carrot juice and orange juice until glazed.
This simple French side is a simple yet sophisticated addition to any entree. Make delicious glazed carrots for your next family meal.
The bright orange carrots in this savory tart are a feast for the eyes and the palate. Tarragon lends bold flavor to the tart. Other herbs, such as thyme or rosemary, would be delicious too.
Caramelized onions, ginger, and sweet potatoes create this delicious recipe that's perfect for any weeknight meal.