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What a lovely recipe. We really enjoyed the asparagus prepared this way. I am not a big fan of baby carrots, so I diagonially cut sweet carrots, I also cut the green onion and the asparagus. I cooked the vegetables at 400 degrees for 15 minutes, they were perfect, just the way we like em. Sweet, tender yet crispy. Thank you for sharing, this quick and easy to make dish. Made for Whats on the Menu Tag game

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Baby Kato October 01, 2014

I found the flavor to be spectacular. Great idea to add the rosemary! The only issue was that the veggies were still hard at end of cooking time so next time (and there will be a next time!), I'm going to crank up the heat to 425 for 30 minutes and see what happens. Thanks for sharing, KateL.

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quikgourmet September 22, 2009

This is my favorite way to enjoy vegetables. I used regular carrots cut on the diagonal; otherwise, I stayed with the recipe. DH is not fond of carrots, but he did enjoy this dish. Made for the What's on the Menu tag game.

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Nancy's Pantry October 23, 2014

I took Toni's suggestion to cook the carrots about 10 minutes longer. That definitely worked well. Loved the scallion and and rosemary on this dish. Great way to prepare two delicious veggies that look beautiful together.

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Kumquat the Cat's friend October 21, 2014

Much enjoyed! I did cook longer than called for and may cook at a higher temp next time. I liked the combo of veggies. Thanks!

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Sharon123 May 16, 2014

Always on the lookout for new ways to serve vegetables and this instantly caught my eye. Had not considered rosemary as an accompaniment to this combination of vegetables but it was a wonderful marriage. In my dish I used fresh as it is now growing rather abundantly. My only quibble with this dish was the vegetables needed different cooking times. My asparagus were just perfect crisp but tender at the end of the stated roasting time while the carrots were still to the raw side. I ended up cooking them an additional 10 minutes. I would suggest starting them first adding the asparagus and scallions later or cutting them in half lengthwise to reduce their cooking time. Thank you so much for a side which will become a staple when asparagus is n season. Made for Photo Tag.

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justcallmetoni August 26, 2008
Roasted Asparagus, Baby Carrots, and Scallions