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Glazed Carrots

Glazed Carrots recipe
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Entire family loved this recipe!! Great way to get my kids to eat carrots. NOTE: I boiled the carrots till tender before cooking in dressing. They are great!!!
posted by
AmyCFowler
on 4/8/2009
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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posted:
11/16/2006
I made this a while ago, with Russian dressing (my favorite) instead of Catalina. I found it to be good but not great for a reason that some people have already mentioned: the carrots were not cooked well enough before the dressing started to make them stick to the pan. I am going to make this again, but the next time I do, I am going to steam the carrots separately for a few minutes (until they just begin to get soft) before putting them in the pan with the dressing. I would like to try this with other kinds of dressing besides Russian, too (Catalina, Honey Catalina, etc.).
posted:
7/16/2006
I was kind of skeptical at first (being a not so big fan of Catalina dressing) but these carrots have won me over. I made it with the Sweet Honey Catalina dressing. Cooked as directed and then put on low till the carrots got to the texture we like. Very Yummy! Even the Hubby (who is not a big Carrot fan) liked them. All I added to the carrots was parsley from my herb rack. I did not have almonds so I left those out (but will probably try the next time).
posted:
6/16/2006
This was very good. I used the kraft free catilina dressing and mixed in yellow bell peppers, one packet of splenda, and a dash of salt while it was cooking. Then tossed it with the tosted almonds and parsley. All the flavors really meshed well together. I noticed in some of the other reviews some people thought it was too crunchy. Just cook the carrots until they are to the tenderness that you desire. It's really a good dish with no added fat.
posted:
4/16/2006
This recipe is a crowd pleaser. I use it for any pot luck event. The only I changed is to omit the nuts because of allergies and to parboil the carrots first to make them more tender. But yummy yummy!! Even my picky eaters consider it a treat.
posted:
4/12/2006
It wasn't my families favorite. I guess the taste just didn't appeal to anyone. Sorry.
posted:
4/5/2006
I thought this was a very good way to prepare carrots. I would add a touch more honey to them or use honey catalina dressing next time.
posted:
3/10/2006
My family loved it. My brother-in-law told me that he doesn't like carrots, but he like these.
posted:
3/8/2006
I made this recipe tonight for the first time. I was serving 12 people dinner and everyone loved the way the carrots were prepared. It was nice to have something "different" when we sat down to the tables.
posted:
3/6/2006
These carrots were absolutely out of this world. We love our veggies crunchy and they retain nutrients better by not being cooked so long! They are just as good cold as they are hot! I will be fixing these often.
posted:
2/16/2006
very good!! And so easy!
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