Glazed carrots never had it so good. Bright, fresh flavors and a little cayenne play well with any rich main dish or holiday meal.
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Make Ahead Tips
Cut the carrots and prepare the rest of your ingredients up to 6 hours ahead. Cook the dish just before serving.
I am a brand new cook- and took on a 12 person Thanksgiving dinner party. I made these carrots because of their unique ingredients and beautiful color- and I am so glad I did! They were easy for me to make and everyone LOVED them! And the best part is that they turned out exactly how the picture shows. I used the ready to eat already washed, peeled and cut carrots and it saved a lot of time.
Perhaps the best carrot dish I've ever made. I make it with a combination of carrots, parsnips and purple dragon carrots for special occasions, but it is terrific with just reg. carrots. I also substitute V-8 Fusion instead of the pom juice (easier to find, kids drink it anyway).
Excellent recipe and a big hit at Thanksgiving. I used unpeeled purple haze carrots from the farmers market and it was extra pretty.
My husband loved these, but I found them a bit too tart. They did look just like the picture though!
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