Maple-Glazed Carrots

Maple-Glazed Carrots created by Sageca

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  • Boil lightly salted water.
  • Peel and slice the carrots into 1-inch pieces then blanch for 3 minutes.
  • If not using immediately, put into ice water to stop cooking.
  • When ready to use, drain well and add to a sauté pan into which all other ingredients have been added.
  • Cook until heated through and the syrup has formed a glaze.
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  1. Bobbin
    I really liked these carrots, but unfortunately my kids did not. I enjoyed the maple syrup over the brown sugar that I have tried in the past. To me it was a lighter sweetness. Thanks for posting.
  2. ColiesKitchen
    This is a recipe made for kids. It's very sweet. Too sweet for us. I tried to calm it down, by adding an extra pat of butter, but it was still too sweet. They had a great flavor, but just too much of it.
  3. Sageca
    I served this with my Thanksgiving meal and they were perfect;my Maple Syrup is from Canada. We prefer our carrots cooked all the way so I cooked htem for 15 minutes in the microwave. Thanks for posting. Rita
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    Maple-Glazed Carrots Created by Sageca
  5. artistclogger
    Nice combination of flavors, and a beautiful side dish! Served it for Christmas dinner alongside green beans with bacon/onions, baked vegetable stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry/orange/ginger sauce, and turkey cooked on the rotisserie. I used petite baby carrots (not sliced) and did not add the salt. Since my other dishes were ready before the carrots, I had to finish them in the microwave. No problem--they were delicious with dinner as as leftovers. Thanks Dancer for another great recipe.
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