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I used regular carrots, peeled and cut into roughly 1/2" chunks. Tossed with oil, salt and pepper, and a little garlic powder, then dotted with about 1 tbsp butter. Baked at 350 for about 35 minutes. Delicious and tender, everyone voted them "a keeper".

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Terri Newell January 23, 2010

Delicous and easy way to prepare carrots. I used regular carrots, cut them the size of baby carrots, and they took about 10 minutes longer to cook. Delicous, thanks for posting!

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~Leslie~ April 17, 2006

Thank you for such a nice way to prepare cooked carrots (which I LOVE). Easy and very good.

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Viclynn February 03, 2010

These little carrots were excellant! I made them for my Christmas dinner this year and they turned out great. The only thing that I added was 2 tablespoons of brown sugar because that is the way my husband likes his carrots. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly, and was very happy with it. Thank you!

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MizEmerilLagasse December 28, 2008

I prepared these for a company dinner and they were very good. Everyone liked them, even those who don't usually eat veggies. Thanks for posting a good recipe.

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cookin mimi December 25, 2007

I used the baby carrots and 30 minutes was exactly perfect for cooking them. They were easy to make and very good.

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Marie Nixon March 04, 2006
Paula Deen's Roasted Carrots