Tzimmes is a Jewish casserole. It is always a sweet dish with endless variations. It is usually served during “Rosh Hashanah”, the Jewish spiritual New Year. But in our house it was a very common side dish only because we liked it so much. My Mother grew up eating many different versions of the dish. Her grandmother from Russia would put ground meat in her tzimmes. Kids tend to like this because it is sweet, a great way to sneak in some veggies.
1 bag carrots
¼ cup of golden raisins