Monday, 26 April 2010

Lemon glazed carrots


This is a lovely, easy way to brighten up winter carrots, and a recipe I use a lot. Steam or boil your carrots as you usually do, then drain them in a colander. Add a large knob of butter to the hot pan and swirl it around to start melting, then add the juice of half a lemon and a generous handful of finely chopped parsley. Quickly return the carrots to the pan, put on the lid and shake well to coat, stirring with a spoon if needed.

4 comments:

Frugal Life UK said...

I'm growing parsley - I shall remember that one!

Anonymous said...

That looks delicious, have you ever tried rosemary with carrots, it is good, too.
I have parsley and parsnip seeds to plant. I have never tried parsnips, but, have heard it is great in quick breads and muffins.
I always enjoy your blog.
Thanks,
Diane

MrsL said...

HHmm - I feel a parsley post coming on Furgal Life lol

I've read about parsnip in cakes etc, Diane, but not tried it yet; will giv teh rosemary a go too, I have lots of that! Glad you enjoy the blog, thanks.

MrsL

xx

Simone said...

I love the idea of adding lemon juice. I will have to try this one!