In this simple side dish, salty bacon complements roasted carrots, whose sweet side is enhanced by a bit of maple syrup. They’re delicious with salmon or roast chicken.
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This was a delicious and easy way to make a veggie. Everyone loved it and I barely had any leftover. I used the amount of bacon called for and it was thick cut (but not applewood or maple or anything) and I thought it was a perfect balance.
This is so delicious and so simple. The first time I made it, I had thick sliced bacon and the bacon overpowered the dish. Less is more in this case.
Easy and delicious-- I mixed in a few parsnips, which were even yummier than the carrots.
Great option for roasted carrots. I used the so-called baby carrots (not the tiny ones, but the fatter ones); cutting them in half made prep quick and easy.
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