I made these today without the cornstarch because I didn't have any and they were just fine. I love glazed carrots and this was so easy!!! Thanks for sharing.
Easy & delicious! I doubled the recipe and cooked for about 14 minutes in my 1100 watt microwave to make them nice and tender. I'll be saving this recipe to use again.
Very good and quick. My microwave is pretty high wattage so I think next time I'll cook about
3-4 minutes less.
I made this recipe on 3/12/09 as part of mine and SO's dinner.I use regular cut up carrots since that's all that I had,but other than that the recipe was made as written.I've never heard of adding seasoned salt to carrots,but I went ahead with it. And it seemed to give the carrots "a little something extra " These are so going to be made again. Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
These were pretty good, considering I'm not a honey fan. I skipped the butter and used Splenda brown sugar blend... I would have liked the carrots to be a tad crisper, though. Thanks for posting.
I love this recipe. I use whatever carrots I have and we like a thinner glaze so I use a bit less cornstarch, but they are now my husband's very favorites! Thanks for the recipe!
This was a nice light, sweet carrot dish. We enjoyed the tender sweet carrots very much. I made these twice because the first batch burned, I'm still getting use to my new mircowave. I used fresh, sweet, market carrots and chunked them, it worked well. Thanks so much for sharing loca1107. Made for PAC Fall 07.
We all enjoyed these tasty carrots...I love honey in just about anything!!! I had to use regular carrots as they grocer here does not carry baby carrots. However, the outcome was a sweet sensation. Made for PAC 2007. Please keep those recipes coming, loca1107.
This was fantastic! I replaced the honey with agave, microwaved for 6 minutes, stirred, and then did 6 minutes more; the result was perfect baby carrots. At the end, I realized that I forgot to add the cornstarch, so I added a slurry of it in then; next time, I think I'll skip the cornstarch and the brown sugar entirely. Awesome recipe.
very good flavor. I followed the directions exactly and they stayed just a bit crunchy which I loved. Even my 11 year old who won't eat cooked carrots loved these. I am planning on making them for Easter. TY for posting:)