Top-ranked recipe named "Rosemary Carrots"
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"Loved it! Used fresh rosemary from the farmers market and added some minced garlic to make this as a side dish for dinner with my boyfriend. We both loved it, very easy! Smaller pieces work better and cooking time to tender was closer to 15-20 mins"- Kristymw
Heat butter, olive oil and rosemary in a medium pan. Add julienned carrots. Saute, stirring often, until tender and crisp, about 5 minutes. Add Salt to taste. For softer carrots, cover and let stand for another 2-3 minutes.
cHaDcLe 1 year agoVery good!!! I used fresh rosemary and a few extra spices.
hollyloveland 1 year agoSmelled like medicine cooking. I like rosemary but is was nor good at all. Way too much rosemary.
MauraSpeckt 1 year ago
Anneberg21 1 year agoVery tasty. Added extra spices. Even teenage son liked!
andreadsouza87 2 years agoquick and simple. Didn't have quite enough flavour for my liking but will try with more herbs or spices next time.
Kristymw 2 years agoLoved it! Used fresh rosemary from the farmers market and added some minced garlic to make this as a side dish for dinner with my boyfriend. We both loved it, very easy! Smaller pieces work better and cooking time to tender was closer to 15-20 mins
Freddiea66 2 years agoQuick and simple. I used baby carrots and cooked for about 20 mins also, until carrots started to lightly brown.
meltxlx 3 years agoI LOVED this. I love using rosemary to cook, and as stated previously it was an absolutely excellent sidedish. It's a nice change from greenbeans, or potatoes. I have never thought of serving carrots as a sidedish, they were absolutely wonderful!
Mcmagency 4 years agoPerfect side dish...simple and delicious!
Sher8282 4 years agoThis was very easy and tasty. We also added some squash and used fresh Rosemary. It took a bit longer to sauté but I might not have cut the carrots thin enough. I think we had it in the skillet for 20 minutes. But it's very good!!