Amazing. So easy to make and super delicious. Will definitely make this again.
We enjoyed these as they were not too sweet, though I did up the chili powder a tad. I scaled it back for 3 carrots (total weight of 6 ounzes and adjusted amounts accordingly and with other sides and mains this was this was enough for 3 of us, mine did take longer than specified to get to a glaze consistency (about 15 minutes). Thank you LARavescrift, made for 123 Hits tag game.
I used vernor's ginger ale in this recipe. I also added just a hint of heavy cream to make them extra decadent
These are really easy and quick to make....plus they are yummy! I loved them, my DS only likes carrots raw! But these are definitely do again carrots for me. Thanks for sharing!
Very nice side! We liked the way the chili powder not only add flavor but helped balance them out so as not to be too sweet. Made as written and will make again. Thanks for the post.
These are really good!! I did cook them a little longer so they got a little softer (DSs do not like crunchy-cooked carrots), and I used dried parsley. The ginger ale gave the carrots a sweet flavor, but not overpowering. Will make these again! Made for Newest Zaar.
Very Good! The method of cooking is super-easy. I made them twice. First time exactly as written. We all agreed that they needed to be sweeter. Second time I made them I added a Tablespoon of brown sugar and we liked them much better. I used Canada Dry Ginger Ale, mayber other brands are sweeter :-/ I also purchased pre-cut carrot chips which come in a one pound bag and that made this recipe even easier and prettier.
Delicious and easy---my favorite combination! We will definitely have these often. Made for the Food Network Challenge: HAIL TO THE CHEFS.
Wow! This was so easy and the results are so good! When I tagged this recipe I thought it was strange to use gingerale, but I totally GET IT after making it! The chili powder seemed like an odd ingredient too, but "same thing"--it really adds a spark to the flavoricity level! My hubby loved this, and he is not a fan of cooked carrots--we both loved them, just a bit crispy yet--and SO flavorFULL! *Food Network Chefs photo forum challenge*
This is absolutely the best carrots I've had in my life! Okay a bit overboard but this is a great recipe for carrots. I've never known what to do with carrots in the past except raw, steamed plain or in beef stew. The family loves these carrots. The ale makes the carrots taste sweet. You'll sure to love your veggies!