Pistachio,Lemon & Honey Glazed Carrots

"This is so simple and gives a wonderful flavor to the carrots. I like my veggies a bit on the crisp side but cook them to your liking"
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Lightly brown the Pistachios in the oil/butter stir them while browning apprx 3-5 minutes Add remaining ingredients to the pan, stir well until heated through Toss with hot well drained carrots& Serve.

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  1. Kittencalrecipezazz
    Oh yum, Bergy, these carrots are so good, we just couldn't get enough of them, these are better than candy!, I had pistachio nuts left over from Christmas in the freezer, otherwise I will mabey try cashews next time, I really think that this recipe would be just as good with any kind of nuts. I made these carrots to go with my brisket, (doubled the recipe)... and my family just went crazy over these. I will for sure be making these again, this is a winner...thanx Bergy for posting :-)
     
  2. Charishma_Ramchanda
    Wow, this is just soooooo good, Auntie Bergy! I love fresh carrots and just like you, I too enjoy my veggies a bit on the crisp side which is how I usually eat 'em. I really loved this recipe. I did add 1/2 tsp. of cinnamon instead of 1/8tsp. I did not have pistachios on hand, so I used cashewnuts as a substitute. Thank you for the recipe! Really love it:-)
     
  3. Quest4ZBest
    This was a good side dish that also looks fancy! I was looking to use up some pistachios and this recipe sounded interesting. It was a nice change from boring old carrots, although, it is a little time consuming shelling all the pistachios!
     
  4. Annetty
    FANTASTIC!! These are just great Bergy - I mixed all the ingredients together on a low heat in a fry pan, then added the raw carrots and cooked until the carrots were to my liking - still a bit crunchy. I loved the tartness of the lemon & the sweetness of the honey & cinnamon - the combination is fantastic. Thanks for a Winner Bergy !!!!
     
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