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Grape Glazed Carrots

Grape Glazed Carrots created by GeeWhiz

From the Concord Grape Association. *I have made this recipe since posting it - It's very good, sweet with a nice lemon punch - my kids and dh liked them. Depending on what size you cut your carrots I think the 10 minutes cooking time with the glaze is plenty (go ahead & skip the cooking in salted water or just lightly blanch them; mine came out too mushy when I boiled them AND cooked w/the glaze for 10m); also there is enough glaze for 4-5 cups of carrots (I used regular carrots).

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  • Pare carrots and cut into 2-inch pieces by slicing diagonally.
  • Cook until tender in lightly salted water then drain.
  • Combine butter, Concord grape jam, lemon juice, lemon peel and ginger in a saucepan then add carrots.
  • Cook for 10 minutes over moderate heat, turning often to thoroughly glaze carrots.
  • Garnish with pecans.
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"From the Concord Grape Association. *I have made this recipe since posting it - It's very good, sweet with a nice lemon punch - my kids and dh liked them. Depending on what size you cut your carrots I think the 10 minutes cooking time with the glaze is plenty (go ahead & skip the cooking in salted water or just lightly blanch them; mine came out too mushy when I boiled them AND cooked w/the glaze for 10m); also there is enough glaze for 4-5 cups of carrots (I used regular carrots)."
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    From the Concord Grape Association. *I have made this recipe since posting it - It's very good, sweet with a nice lemon punch - my kids and dh liked them. Depending on what size you cut your carrots I think the 10 minutes cooking time with the glaze is plenty (go ahead & skip the cooking in salted water or just lightly blanch them; mine came out too mushy when I boiled them AND cooked w/the glaze for 10m); also there is enough glaze for 4-5 cups of carrots (I used regular carrots).
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