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By Monica Resinger
These are so good, my kids (who are old enough to cook by themselves) make them
Desired amount of carrots washed and cut in half lengthwise, then thirds
Olive Oil (if you don't have olive oil, you can substitute vegetable oil)
Place carrots on a baking sheet and drizzle with enough olive oil to coat.?
Sprinkle with seasoning salt to taste, then mix it all up so the olive oil
coats the carrots well (I use my hands, but you could also use a spatula or big
spoon).? Roast in a 375*F oven for around 30 minutes, then check to see if the
carrots are caramelized (browned) and soft.? The caramelization is what makes
these so good, so this is where you decide if you want more caramelization or
if they are ready now.? If they aren't getting color yet, cook until they do...
the more color, the better they are.? Be careful though because they can also
burn, so keep an eye on them. ?
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