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Freeze Ahead Golden Glazed Carrots Recipe

November 19th, 2012 by alice  Tags: , , , | Print This Post Print This Post

Freeze Ahead Golden Glazed Carrots Recipe


  1. boiling water
  2. 1 1/2lbsbaby carrots(or regular carrots, cut into about 2 1/2″ lengths, then quartered)
  3. 2tablespoonsflour
  4. 1/4cuplight brown sugar
  5. 1/2teaspoonsalt
  6. 1/4teaspoonthyme
  7. 1tablespooncider vinegar
  8. 1tablespoonlemon juice
  9. 1/2cuporange juice
  10. 1orange, zest of
  11. 2tablespoonsbutter


  1. Put the carrots in a saucepan and pour boiling water over them.
  2. Return to the boil and boilf or exactly 5 minutes, then drain thoroughly and set aside.
  3. In another small saucepan, blend together the flour, sugar, salt and thyme.
  4. Add vinegar, lemon and orange juices, and orange rind.
  5. Bring to a boil while stirring until creamy.
  6. Add butter and cook for 5 minutes over very low heat.
  7. Line a casserole dish you’d like to eventually bake the carrots in with aluminum foil, cutting strips long enough so they can extend over the sides of the pan far enough so there is enough to eventually cover the carrots completely.
  8. There should be enough strips to cover the bottom and sides of the casserole completely.
  9. Add the blanched carrots to the foil lined casserole; pour the sauce over them.
  10. Freeze as is, uncovered, until completely frozen.
  11. Remove the pan from the freezer, fold over the foil to cover and wrap the carrots completely, and remove the package from the casserole.
  12. Wrap again in more foil, plastic wrap or freezer wrap if desired, and return to the freezer.
  13. When ready to serve, Preheat the oven to 350.
  14. Spray the same casserole dish you used to freeze the carrots with non-stick spray, unwrap the carrots, and place them into the casserole dish.
  15. Bake, covered, in a 350 degree oven for 25 minutes.
  16. Remove the cover and bake an additional 15 minutes.

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