5 Reviews

Tasty side dish. I did use the most pathetic tasting carrots ever so I added additional sugar both with cooking (white) and when reheating (brown), reminds me why I am to buy only organic carrots, I used very soft sulfured (orange) dried apricots so I did not soak them the full amount of time, the other two ingredients and no optional parsley. Nice as a side dish to, Kariokor Nyama Ya Kuchoma (Barbecued Meat Rub, Kenya), which we had with Coriander Rice and an onion raita for a good meal. I would make these again with sweet organic carrots. Made for ALMOST 5 GAME.

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UmmBinat September 09, 2011

I really enjoyed this carrot recipe. I didn't add the parsley, but the combined tastes of the apricots and carrots were surprisingly good! Made for 123 Hit Wonders!

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breezermom October 26, 2009

So easy to make!

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junecanaan January 22, 2008

This was very easy to do. This is a nice side dish just sweet enough. Thanks Annacia :) Made for Photo tag.

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Boomette January 20, 2008

The recipe made 3 nice servings for dinner this evening. The carrots were waffle cut and microwaved until crisp tender. They were then put into a saute pan along with the butter, apricots and sprinkled with parsley to complete the cooking process. A nice side that would go well with chicken or pork. Something I will have to keep for later use. Made for *Photo Swap*

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PaulaG January 13, 2008
Tender Carrots With Apricots