Easy Brown Sugar-Glazed Baby Carrots Recipe
Here is a simple, yet delicious side dish recipe that will help you get a decent meal on the table in a flash after a hectic day.
- a vegetable peeler
- measuring spoons
- a large saucepan
- a spoon
- a serving bowl
- 2 pounds baby carrots, peeled
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons margarine or butter
- a few dashes salt
- black pepper
- Fill a large saucepan halfway with water. Add a few dashes of salt, and bring to a boil.
- Add the carrots, and cook for about 10 minutes until they are tender-crisp. Drain, and remove the carrots from the saucepan.
- In the same pan, cook and stir the butter, salt and brown sugar over medium heat until combined.
- Return the carrots to the saucepan. Cook and stir for about 2 minutes to glaze the carrots.
- Transfer to a serving bowl.
- Enjoy! Season your glazed carrots with black pepper if desired.
I anticipate that you'll enjoy this tasty baby carrots recipe, and welcome your feedback. If you could take a second to rate my recipe above, or leave a comment below I'd really appreciate it. Below I've added a few links to some more of my easy side dish recipes, which I think will save you time and hassle when trying to prepare a decent home-cooked meal. Have a great night!
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