Ginger and Honey Glazed Carrots

Ginger and Honey Glazed Carrots created by PaulaG

Another recipe for a not so local Farmers' Market here in our state. Wish I could go to it every Saturday. I've not tried this but don't want to misplace the recipe.

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  • Line a baking sheet with paper towels.
  • In a 12- or 14-inch heavy skillet bring water to boiling, add carrots.
  • Return to boiling; reduce heat.
  • Cover and simmer about 10 to 12 minutes or until carrots are just tender and drain.
  • (I prefer to use my Cuisinart Turbo Convection Steamer ).
  • Carefully turn out onto prepared baking sheet.
  • (When green tops are left on carrots during cooking, they become very fragile. As the carrots cook, some of the tops may come off.).
  • Pat dry with additional paper towels.
  • To glaze carrots, in the same heavy skillet combine margarine, honey, ginger, and salt.
  • Stir constantly over medium heat until margarine is melted.
  • Carefully add carrots.
  • Toss gently for 2 to 3 minutes or until carrots are thoroughly coated with glaze and heated through completely.
  • To serve, arrange carrots in a shallow bowl or on a platter; drizzle with remaining glaze from pan.
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"Another recipe for a not so local Farmers' Market here in our state. Wish I could go to it every Saturday. I've not tried this but don't want to misplace the recipe."

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  1. PaulaG
    I cheated. The recipe was reduced to 4 servings and bagged baby cut carrots were used. The carrots were steamed in the microwave until crisp tender and then tossed with sauce until nicely glazed. The ginger really gives a nice zip. Made for Aussie Swap.
  2. PaulaG
    Ginger and Honey Glazed Carrots Created by PaulaG
  3. Charlotte J
    Another recipe for a not so local Farmers' Market here in our state. Wish I could go to it every Saturday. I've not tried this but don't want to misplace the recipe.
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