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12 comments to “Carrots with Caraway and Grapes”

  1. Hmmmm. I cannot say that I love carrots, but I’m slowly coming around to them. I like them roasted, but then again, who doesn’t like anything roasted? This recipe will be filed away for that time that I become more enamoured of this veggie and want to branch out, as it’s certainly intriguing.

    The photos, as always, are gorgeous!

  2. I love carrots – their crunchiness when plain, their pronounced sweetness when cooked – so I’m definitely making them with caraway and grapes! Thanks!

  3. wow, you have totally stumped me on this one. sounds interesting, never would have thought to put these ingredients together. ill have to try it!! would be a great addition to a picnic alongside roasted chicken salad. mmm. or served with braised meat. oh man, this is a great side!

  4. Carrots are always a safe go-to, but I’ve never thought to add grapes. I made roasted fennel and carrots on Easter, and I bet grapes would have been delicious thrown in. Thanks for the idea!

  5. Yeah, it is an unusual combination but it work well. Let me know if any of you guys try this, I’m curious to hear your thoughts.

  6. I love sweet carrots, and often make them with pistachios. Love the grapes.

  7. I just had a carrot soup recently with both whole caraway seeds and whole cumin seeds in it. An intriguing combination… actually, crazy delicious, so I can only imagine that this is amazing!

  8. Hmm, carrots and caraway, I am intrigued. I’m a big fan of caraway and love it with stir-fried cabbage, I see that I’ll have to try it with carrots sometime…

  9. Made this last night and loved it – delicious!

  10. Michael says:

    May 5th, 2009 at 7:09 pm

    I made this tonight for a group of friends. And they were both surprised and pleased. I substituted caraway seeds with anise seeds, and it turned was quite enjoyable. Delicious.

  11. Made this tonight for a potluck. The flavour combination was amazing! The only thing I’d change is to add less sugar, as I found it a bit sweet. I also was a bit more liberal with my caraway. Thanks for the new, unique recipe!

  12. love this recipe! definitely going to be using this again when I grow my carrots this spring!! going to try it with some dragon carrots, which are purple! a purple dish… amazing. thanks.

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