Your recipes are terrific. I love different and simple veggie dishes and this filled the bill. I used 2 cups carrots and about 1 cup of frozen peas. Easy to do ahead and pop in the oven when needed. Again thank you Inez.
Inez, you are a master at providing quick and easy yet delicious and tasty recipes. This one is another winner. I try to get my kids to eat carrots for the Vitamin A. This is a very classy and elegant way to serve them. A wonderful creamy sauce with buttered bread crumb topping. YUMMY!! Thanks so much.
mm- I really liked these! I'm not a huge fan of carrots (but try to get them in my diet because of all the health benefits) and I have to say that I wouldn't mind eating a LOT of this dish. Great recipe! :)
This was avery easy recipe to prepare. I made this when the in-laws were over for dinner and both commented on how delicious they were. My DS really liked them, they were the first thing that he finished on his whole plate. I will definately makes these again!
This dish was absolutely delicious. I served it as a side at one of our murder mystery nights that I was hosting. Needless to say, everyone wanted the recipe. It's a keeper.
well,MizzNezz you have another winner here.the former veggie hater( my son) had this scarfed down before the rest of the meal.i used cream of broccoli soup,just don't care for celery at all.i will make this again.
This was really very good and looked so pretty too. I used processed garlic/herb salad croutons in place of the bread crumbs for some extra flavor. We didn't find it too bland at all, but we always use Mrs. Dash type herb seasonings on most all of our food at the dinner table. Thank you, Mizz Nezz for this recipe.
This didn't go over very well at my house. The recipe definitely needs additional (or other) vegetables to enhance the flavor.
Great dish-- I cooked the carrots by steaming in chicken broth and adding some parsley and garlic. I also used reduced fat cheddar, came out just fine. Will definitely be eating this again.