Delicious, *super* easy and fast to prepare. Used fresh organic carrots from our CSA box and I chose to crisp-steam the carrots which were julienned instead of boiling. Fresh mint from the garden as well. The hint of sweetness was perfect and definitely not sickeningly sweet. The use of delicate powdered sugar (homemade using unbleached white sugar) a surprising touch. Will make again soon! Reviewed for Veg Tag March.
We loved these, I didnt julienne the carrots, just sliced them (laziness) and I used dried mint as I didnt have any fresh mint in the garden. But these carrots were wonderful. Lovely buttery and munty flavour with just a hint of sweetness to them. These carrots served as a great side dish to Taste Testers Party Chicken, which I made for dinner. Thanks January Bride, these helped make it a wonderful dinner. Will be making these again very soon.
this was fantastic. I made enough to have for left overs tonight but i ate them all hubby love it to. I will be making this one again and again. they were sweet but not to sweet. Made for Edition 7: MAKE MY RECIPE -- a game of tag in the Aust/NZ.
Excellent flavor! We enjoyed these carrots with fried pork chops and broccoli. "Just right" seasonings for these carrots and they help to make a colorful food plate! Prepared as a participant in the Aus/NZ Swap #25 February 2009 Event.
Excellent side dish. Served these with Heavenly Potatoes and Italian Roast Beef. The addition of the mint really makes these carrot special. Thanks for sharing. JCC
Slightly sweet, butter julienned carrots with just a hint of mint. These were very good. The only thing I did different was the method of cooking the carrots. I steamed mine which took about 10 - 13 minutes. Made for the *Recipe Swap 17 game* 2008 in the Aussie/NZ forum. Our group is *Erica* Group 8