Baby carrots. There are two types - true baby carrots, and manufactured baby carrots. Despite many consumers' confusion as to their origins. Online item asserts baby carrots are made from deformed full-sized carrots that have been soaked in chlorine.
Watch the step by step production process of baby carrots. Baby carrots aren't actually grown this way. They are cut from larger carrots and then polished and washed by machines. You can have Baby carrots using 5 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Baby carrots
- Prepare 24 of baby carrots (not the pill-shaped ones, the mini carrots).
- Prepare 4 tbsp of butter.
- Prepare 1/4 cup of brown sugar.
- It's 2 of sprigs fresh thyme.
- You need 1/2 tsp of Mediterranean Sea salt.
This is why they are so uniform in shape and size. Baby carrots are not young carrots, but rather small pieces of carrots that are chopped and whittled down to look like small carrots. They are peeled, and washed, and insanely convenient. Find baby carrots stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection.
Baby carrots step by step
- Melt butter over medium-low heat..
- Add carrots to the pan and shake the pan around to coat the carrots. Just wobble the pan back and forth a bit to get the carrots to rotate don't actually shake the pan up and down...unless you want a mess and no carrots; in that case go for the gold and shake it like a Floridian visiting Alaska joining the Polar Bear club in December..
- Add the brown sugar to the pan and mix to combine with the butter..
- Chop fresh thyme to help release oils and flavor; add to carrots in pan..
- Add thyme and salt to the pan and mix to incorporate all flavors..
- Stir often to prevent the butter/sugar mixture become nasty in the pan. STIR IT!.
- Heat until carrots start to get soft..
- Serve hot..
Thousands of new, high-quality pictures added every day. Have you heard rumors that baby carrots are dipped in chlorine? Here's what parents need to know about the safety of these kid-friendly veggies and whether they really are soaked in chemicals. Let's face it - baby carrots do not look like regular carrots. First off, they are a smaller size and their rounded edges sort of resemble little "stubs," and when you cut them.