Carrots coated with a yummy butter, brown sugar and ginger sauce. I grew up eating these in Texas. Easy, quick and yummy!-- GREAT way to get kids to enjoy this veggie! If you like a lot of sauce double the sauce ingredients. I posted this less 'saucy' to keep the fat and calories down. The sauce is yummy and great on rice or just on a spoon! Hope you enjoy it as much as we do! I am so honored that this simple little recipe of mine has been so well received. Thank you all for your reviews!
You can then add whatever other ingredients you like. There are so many versions of fried rice it would be impossible to post them all. So, use this as your basis and add what is used in your area of the country. I personally do NOT like peas or carrots in my fried rice but, I DO like some bean sprouts, onion and meat in mine. Now that I have a rice cooker (WOO HOO!!!!) I'll be having this more often.
Source: Chinese Recipes by Stephen Yan 5th Edition
This is an easy recipe and so good! Serve the carrots at room temperature for a hot day, but they are delicious served hot also. You can also make this in the microwave on HIGH for about 10 minutes. The complete recipe can be doubled is desired.
This recipe came from the Taste of Home magazine. It doesn't call for salt but I think its a little bland without it. Use your judgement. Not everyone in my family likes this dish but my grandson, Chris, sure does. I do too!
My favorite way to make carrots now; I got the recipe from my mom, who made them at Christmas last year. They have a delicious flavor and aren't overly sweet. If you can't find the petite carrots, use regular carrots cut into matchsticks or baby carrots cut lengthwise into halves or quarters.
This recipe comes from my veggie favorites folder, I make it quite often, it's a wonderful recipe for baby carrots, you can also use regular carrots sliced into about 1/2-inch thick pieces, if you are making this to serve to guest, the baby carrots make for a nicer presentation. This complete recipe can be doubled.
Once again, I am responsible for all the veggie dishes for our Thanksgiving dinner this year. I was hoping to try a couple of NEW dishes this year, and this one caught my eye. I found this in the new issue of Kraft Food and Family magazine