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Curried Carrots

This is one of my family’s favorite dishes. I prepare it often and make a large amount of it so we can eat it as a side dish for several days. Pouring maple syrup or honey on the cooked carrots allows them to soak up the strong taste of the curry. INGREDIENTS 1 pound Carrots 2 tbsp Maple Syrup

2 tsp Curry powder Pinch of Salt

1) Cut carrots into slices about 1 inch thick (not too thin)

2) Steam cut carrots in steamer until they are just about soft (keep checking)

3) Take cooked carrots out of steamer and put into glass bowl

4) Cover with maple syrup and mix well

5) Add curry powder and mix well

6) Add salt to taste (not too much)

7) Mix and serve warm

8) Enjoy!

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