Rainbow Roasted Carrots

I knew I wanted to serve carrots at my Frozen dinner party early on as an homage to both Olaf, the snowman with a carrot nose, and Sven, the carrot-loving reindeer. If there’s one great entertaining tip I learned from watching Barefoot Contessa all these years, it’s that not every dish at a dinner party has to be – or should be – rich. So I decided to go with a simple roasted carrot side dish that wouldn’t compete with my show-stopping Garlic and Gruyere Smashed Potatoes.

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

This is hardly a recipe. This should be titled How to Roast Carrots. For heaven’s sake, don’t measure. use this same method for any amount of carrots you’d like, just don’t over crowd the pan. A whopping four bundles fit nicely on a jelly roll sheet. I used maple sea salt here and it was phenomenal.

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

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Gorgeous photos courtesy of My Curly Adventures.

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

Roasted Rainbow Carrots
Rainbow carrots
Olive oil
Sea salt, pepper

  1. Peel carrots and remove ends.
  2. Cut carrots into equal pieces. You may need to cut thicker carrots in half.
  3. Toss with sea salt, pepper, and olive oil.
  4. Roast at 375 for 30 minutes or until fork tender.

Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party Rainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner partyRainbow Roasted Carrots Recipe | The Rose Table, Frozen recipes, adult Frozen dinner party

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