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Glazed Carrots Recipe

| April 18, 2021 | 3 Comments

Easy Glazed Carrots

Follow our complete, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to make these easy Glazed Carrots in your own kitchen. A quick and easy side dish for any meal. Printable recipe included.

 

Glazed Carrots, enjoy!
You’ll love the slightly sweet taste of these glazed carrots. They make a great side dish to just about any meal and are so easy to make. I like to use baby carrots, but any carrot will do.

 

Glazed Carrots, slider.

This may not be one of the dishes that Mama served for Sunday dinners at our house, but I’ve grown to like them over the years.

If you grow your own carrots, or buy some from a local farmers market, this is a great way to serve them with about any meal. The slight sweetness of the brown sugar and unique tastes of carrots just seem to go well together.

I like to use the baby carrots you buy in the grocery store. They’re already peeled, fairly uniform in size, and they cook up nice and tender – despite the fact that they aren’t really baby carrots at all. Go figure.

The taste of glazed carrots reminds me of candied yams, another one of my favorites.

Ready to give our recipe a try? Alright then, let’s head on out to the kitchen, and… Let’s Get Cooking!

 

Glazed Carrots, ingredients.
Glazed Carrots – You’ll need these ingredients.

 

Glazed Carrots, rinse.
Rinse the bag of carrots under cool running water. Let drain.

 

Glazed Carrots, add to skillet.
Place the carrots in a skillet over Medium heat on your stove top.

 

Glazed Carrots, add water.
Add 1 cup of water to the pan.

 

Glazed Carrots, add butter.
Add 2 Tablespoons of Butter.

 

Glazed Carrots, add brown sugar.
Add 3 Tablespoons of Dark Brown Sugar.

 

Glazed Carrots, stir.
Give everything a good stir until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves.

 

Glazed Carrots, cover.
Cover the skillet and let the carrots simmer in the liquid for about 10 minutes.

 

Glazed Carrots, stir again.
Remove the cover and give them another good stir.

 

Glazed Carrots, reduce.
Let the carrots cook for about 15 more minutes until they are tender and the liquid has reduced and thickened into a syrup.

 

Glazed Carrots, enjoy.
Enjoy!

Serve the carrots while they are still warm.

 

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Glazed Carrots Recipe

  • Author: Steve Gordon
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x

Description

Quick and easy Glazed Carrots are another one of those old Southern favorites. A great side dish for about any meal. Baby carrots are perfect, but about any carrot will work just as well.


Scale

Ingredients

1 lb. Baby Carrots
1 cup Water
2 Tablespoons Butter
3 Tablespoons Brown Sugar


Instructions

Rinse and drain the carrots.
Place carrots in a skillet over Medium heat on stove top.
Add water.
Add butter.
Add brown sugar.
Bring to a simmer.
Cover the skillet and let carrots simmer for 10 minutes.
Remove cover. Stir.
Continue to cook, uncovered, for 15 more minutes until carrots are tender and liquid has reduced to a syrup.
Remove from heat. Serve warm.
Enjoy!


Keywords: glazed carrots, baby carrots, fresh carrots, brown sugar, butter, quick and easy carrots

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  1. Cheryl Ann says:

    I never was the remote-I had friends who were- Most of the time I had the tv to myself-My Grandfather had ‘his’ tv in the kitchen and we had ours in the living room. Generally speaking if my Grandfather was up past 7pm it was either a Holiday, or someone had died. I do remember our first color set-I was in grade school, my Grandparents had it delivered as a ‘Surprise’-I walked in, there it was all 13″ of glorious color-on its own stand and no remote…Don’t want to spoil me… But what I really recall was how the tv went off air every night at a certain time and if you were up for that you well, you just were not supposed to be up that late-what’s a matter with you anyway? I was just thinking the other day about ‘Specials’ and those once a year tv events-really something Everyone looked forward to. Now that everything is instant-we’ve lost the nostalgia of having something to ‘look forward to’. Thanks for your blog. Hope all is well in your world today. WE have 40’s and tonight supposed to be only 29?? Yesterday was 60? My daughter was trying to clean out her closet and we literally cant right now cause all 4 seasons seem to come into play in one 24 hour period! I saw a cartoon that said-“I live in Iowa-We don’t Have Seasons”. Was supposed to be funny?…

  2. Alicia Day says:

    I have never tried glazed carrots, but this recipe makes me want to. It’s simple and I think they would be tasty.

  3. Lori Dom says:

    I love glazed carrots one of my favorite veggies. I use light brown sugar and a touch of Kings Syrup. I too was the family remote,we never had colored TV until the mid 80’s after I was out of high school. But I would proudly be the remote again if we could go back to those days.
    Praying that your legs soon heal and you are feeling better. Have a great week.

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