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  • RevJim
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    • Jun 2020
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    • Rome, GA
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    How to make carrots

    I cooking ribs for my son's birthday. His daughters love cooked carrots. I've read comments that sous vide is a great way to cook the carrots. I'm clueless. I'd sure appreciate a granddaddy friendly recipe for cooked carrots.
  • klflowers
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    • Sep 2015
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    #2
    Here's one. I have done it per the recipe, but lately I just SV them and then glaze them in just some butter and black pepper. They are excellent.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/...0to%201%20week.

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    • shify
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      Seconded. Make this every thanksgiving and always a hit. Even better is you can sous vide in advance and then all it takes is a few minutes to glaze in the pan.

    • hoovarmin
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      +1 on this recipe RevJim
  • fzxdoc
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    #3
    From my Joule app:

    Peel, season and bag whole carrots.

    For crisp tender carrots: 176° for 2 hours.

    For even more tender carrots: 186° for 2 hours.

    Kathryn

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    • Attjack
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      I like this recipe.

      https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...utter-51252750

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      • Attjack
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        klflowers let me know how you end up liking it.

      • JGo37
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        I usually need a workable substitute for miso paste.. darnit..

      • Bkhuna
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        JGo37 There really isn't a substitute for miso. The upside is that it lasts a very long time. And you can get some very good miso on Amazon (Hikari brand). Yellow miso is a good type for all around use.
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      #5
      If you have time, sous vide and then sauced up with the liquid in a pan right before serving is outstanding! Anova has a few recipes that work well for this.

      Have fun making the birthday dinner!

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      • RevJim
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        #6
        Thank you so much. I hope to make a couple of little girls happy!

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        • Dadof3Illinois
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          #7
          I like to steam them until par done then throw them into a skillet and finish with some butter and brown sugar....my kids love these.

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          • Cheef
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            this has been a family favorite for 45 years.
        • FireMan
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          • Jul 2015
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          #8
          An here I wuz gonna tell ya ta git some seeds and........ Guess yer Lil guests’ll be there before ya can raise em.

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          • Mosca
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            #9
            Not going to discuss specific methods, there are lots of good ideas here. However I recently started not peeling the carrots but just scrubbing them and cooking them in their jackets. Unless there is a reason to peel them for appearance reasons, I like them better unpeeled. I love the texture and flavor of the unpeeled carrots.

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            • Davek8282
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              • Mar 2016
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              #10
              I find that with sous vide you get the flavour of a raw carrot with the texture of the cooked product. Best of both worlds. Good idea to use a rack or put weight in the bag, carrots release air during the cook and you have to work to keep them submerged

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              • RevJim
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                • Jun 2020
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                • Rome, GA
                • Large BGE (at son's house now), Kick Ash Basket, Woo, Smokeware Chimney
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                  Northwest Georgia

                #11
                I told the girls I was going to make carrots for them. One of them said that they just stick a carrot in the microwave. I hope they will like these better.

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                • FireMan
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                  Yup, you might open a whole new world to them, cookin! 👍

                • JGo37
                  JGo37 commented
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                  It'd also be cool to find some purple ones to mix in..

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