Roasted Carrots Recipe Vegetable Recipes Dinner Ideas

Roasted Carrots Recipe Vegetable Recipes Dinner Ideas – Roasted Carrots have never been this easy and this GOOD = Roasted Carrots AWESOMENESS!

Roasted Carrots Recipe Vegetable Recipes Dinner Ideas – (This would be a great KETO side dish as long as you eat in Moderation) The carrots are usually orange in color, though purple, black, red, white, and yellow cultivars exist. For this Recipe we are going to use all of them (Rainbow Carrots)! Colorful, Crunchy and Super Good when Roasted!

 – Let the FUN begin!




Ingredients

  • 12 oz Rainbow Carrots

  • 3 1/2 Tbsp Kerry Gold Butter

  • 3 Garlic Cloves Sliced Thin

  • 1 Shallot Sliced Thin

  • 4 oz Diced Pancetta

  • 1/4 Cup Chopped Parsley

  • 1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese

  • Sea Salt & Pepper To Taste

Here’s What Cha Do…

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Roasted Carrots Recipe Vegetable Recipes Dinner Ideas

When they were first cultivated, carrots were grown for their aromatic leaves and seeds rather than their roots. Carrot seeds have been found in Switzerland and Southern Germany dating back to 2000–3000 BC. Some close relatives of the carrot are still grown for their leaves and seeds, such as parsley, cilantro, coriander, fennel, anise, dill and cumin. The first mention of the root in classical sources is from the 1st century; the Romans ate a root vegetable called pastinaca, which may have been either the carrot or the closely related parsnip.

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