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It's just great! I did it a few times now - with rosemary, with thyme, with rosemary and thyme, with basil, with olive oil, with toasted sesame oil, with peanut oil and so on and so on I can't imagine why I didn't think about it before :P

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fuiu July 05, 2010

Wow - amazing carrots. Cutting them like fries makes a huge difference. These were like an awesome gourmet french fry. I could eat a lot of these, LOL. Oh, I left out the sugar and subbed fresh thyme for the rosemary. Added a bit of onion powder. Loved them, thanks for the recipe.

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Denise! May 14, 2010

These little carrot sticks were tasty and grow on you as you eat them. I made 2 simple changes using pecan oil and thyme. The flavor is lovely. If you never tried dill with carrots, it's delish and should work well in this recipe, too. I enjoyed the smaller sticks that began caramelizing the last few minutes. Will make again and again, I'm sure. Thanks for sharing.

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Southern Lady March 31, 2013

Never thought to make carrots this way - definitely enjoyed by the children and couldn't get much easier! I didn't have any fresh rosemary so I left it out. I also used Rita's "crazy salt" (Crazy Salt) which was nice. I found they were cooked at about 15 minutes and the thinner pieces were starting to burn...so watch those last 5 minutes. Thanks Little!

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magpie diner February 15, 2011

This was an easy, healthy, tasty, delicious,%u2026 dish. I prepared this with 1.5 kg of carrots (for 8 people) and my guests were really impressed. The combination with fresh rosemary is perfect!
I%u2019ve combined this with chicken and homemade pasta (spƤtzle). Thanks for posting!

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awalde January 02, 2011

These didn't crisp up as I though they might even with those last ten minutes of broiling, but they still tasted good especially with the fresh rosemary from the garden. I have no doubt this would work well with parsnips, too. PS directions do not indicate when to add the sugar. Reviewed for Veg Tag August.

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COOKGIRl August 20, 2010

I omitted the salt. The fresh rosemary is great with the carrots. So yummy. Thanks Littlemafia :) Made for Zaar Star Game

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Boomette August 15, 2010

As easy as falling off a chair and better for ya. Made for A-NZ #43 Recipe Tag.

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gailanng August 02, 2010

Yummy! Great twist on carrots. Thank you for sharing.

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happynana July 30, 2010

I had carrot fries made EXACTLY this way when I covered a culinary class at the local high school. I'd never heard of carrot fries before, but they were delicious. The class served them with some batter-fried fish. SO GOOD!

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Cluich July 29, 2010
Oven-Baked Carrot Fries