[ No Left Overs with These Carrots ]

[ Baked Breaded Carrots ]

Got to eat your vegetables, but it can be a struggle to get children and adults to consume the requirements from this food group. Someone has told the carrot how to become a popular stable. Baby carrots designed for eating raw, easy for little hands to grab, and a great snacking food. It would be interesting to see if the sale of baby carrots surpasses the sale of the daddy carrot. Daddy carrots are frequently used in soups and stews to add flavor. However, the thought of cooked carrots is B&B, “bland and boring”. Our family has been eating baked breaded carrots for years, they are a favorite at Thanksgiving, and the children love them. Try them, and see the response. Arranging them on a platter with broccoli makes a colorful presentation.

Difficulty: 1 star

Servings: 2 carrots per person

The recipe below is for 6 people.

Ingredients:

# of large carrots, greens removed, peeled.

Italian flavored bread crumbs

1 T of butter or margarine

1T of olive oil (use more if needed)

  1. Clean and peel the carrots, and place whole in a pot of water and bring to a boil. *

  2. Cook the carrots until until the carrot slides off the fork.

  3. Place the bread crumbs on a plate. The diameter of the plate should be the length of your largest carrot.

  4. When carrots are cooked, drain them.

  5. While moist from the cooking water, roll each carrot in the bread crumbs. Cover them well. They will be hot, so be careful.

  6. Place the breaded carrots close together in an oven proof baking dish. I use a glass cooking dish.

Steps 1-6 can be done 1 day ahead of time.

Place small dabs of butter/margarine on the carrots.

  1. Drizzle the olive oil over the carrots. Use more oil if you have a lot of carrots. The oil will make them crusty. If you cook stuff mushrooms drizzled with oil, use the same technique here.

  2. Bake at 350F degrees, for about 20 minutes. You want the carrots to be crusty.

  3. Serve warm.

  4. If there are any left over, we re-heat for next day. The flavors are even mellower.

*Tip: My mother used to say; “If it grows in the ground, it goes in the pot of water. If it grows above the ground, bring the water to a boil and then, place the vegetable in the pot. “

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Follow Us

© 2015 by TableGlamour. com Proudly created with Wix.com

  • Facebook App Icon
  • Twitter App Icon
  • Pinterest Social Icon