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Sesame Carrots

Spring 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005), The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Toasted sesame seeds add taste and eye appeal to a cheery plate of carrots.



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"These look delish. Are the carrots cooked or uncooked? "
Sesame Carrots Recipe

5 Reviews for Sesame Carrots

05/05/2014
Anonymous
Are the carrots cooked or uncooked?

Are the carrots cooked or uncooked?

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01/13/2014
Anonymous
A Wonderful change of pace for a quick carrot side dish or snack!

We really enjoyed this recipe because it was simple and quick to fix. Unfortunately, the recipe didn't specify whether to use raw, steamed or cooked carrots and the first time I tried it with raw carrots and it was "Ok" but not great. The 2nd time I steamed the carrots until "just" tender and they were really good. We serve them both as a side dish and for a snack. The toasted sesame really compliment the carrots.

Very easy to fix and well received by the entire family.
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04/17/2012
Anonymous

This may sound like a stuped question but what's the easiest way to toast sesame seeds?

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Anonymous wrote 2 weeks 1 day ago

Go to an oriental market or

Go to an oriental market or the oriental section of a supermarket and buy them already toasted

Anonymous wrote 2 years 8 weeks ago

put them in a dry pan and

put them in a dry pan and shake them until toasted

Anonymous wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

How do you toast the sesame

How do you toast the sesame seeds?

02/17/2011
Great Go-To Side!

This is such a great and easy go-to side! I, too, was unclear as to whether the carrots are cooked or uncooked. I decided to steam the carrots, because I figured the sesame seeds would stick to them better if I did. It turned out really great!

Easy, Delicious
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08/24/2010
Anonymous

These look delish. Are the carrots cooked or uncooked?

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