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Quick Glazed Carrots

Updated on November 22, 2017

Thanksgiving Serving Plate

While our family traditionally had corn as a side dish for Thanksgiving, this vegetable not only adds color but is a sweet alternative to making candied yams.

In today's world you no longer have to buy carrots and chop them into the tiny planks that julienne means. Carrots can now be bought in the grocery store in this form.


1 package julienne carrots from produce section

1 cup brown sugar

1/4 lb. melted margarine

Precook Carrots

All you need to do is precook the carrots in a skillet until they are blanched but not so soft that they are mush. I prefer an iron skillet, but since I bought a glass top stove I no longer use my cast iron.

Add Brown Sugar Glaze

Add butter and brown sugar to the mix and continue to saute until the carrots are caramelized.


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