You’ve never had guacamole like this. Picture creamy avocado mixed with sweet, roasted beets and a sharp crunch of apple, scooped up with a salty, homemade tortilla chip. It’s so addictive and perfect for entertaining. Read more now on Foodal to add this recipe to your collection of family favorites.
When your plate is lacking a punch, look no further than these pickled veggies. The turnips take on a vibrant rosy hue from the beets, and everything gets a salty kick from the brine and a hint of spice from the chili. Read more on Foodal to add this recipe to your list of tangy must-have condiments for the table.
Tasty doesn’t have to equal fattening. Try this easy-to-make Beet and Orange salad for your next food adventure. It’s pretty enough to serve to a group but just as good for one at lunch. The colorful beets and oranges combine with ingredients such as baby spinach, goat cheese, pine nuts, and couscous to present a light, but filling healthy alternative. Get the recipe now!
It’s about time- a kale dish your taste buds will actually enjoy. Roast in coconut oil and ginger to mellow the flavor, add beets, farro, and goat cheese to the mix, and you’ve got a downright addictive meal on your hands. You’re going to be glad you added this vegetarian comfort food to your repertoire. Read more.
Looking for a delicious breakfast bread or dessert that will keep your unsuspecting Halloween guests up at night? Delight and amaze them with this recipe. Sure, you’ve heard of monkey bread before… but what about monkey bread BRAINS, died blood-red with tasty beet juice? Author Chris-Rachel Oseland shares this recipe from her Dead Delicious Horror Cookbook. Get the recipe now on Foodal… if you dare!
Looking for a new way to put your beets to good use? Maybe you’re tired of the tried-and-true juicing and pickling routes. How about spiralizing them, and adding them to wraps? If you answered yes to all of the above, we have the perfect recipe for you. Not only is it super healthy, it also comes together quickly, requiring just a little cooking and chopping. Get the recipe here on Foodal, and read more now!
The first time I subscribed to a CSA, back in Chicago years ago, was the first time I was exposed to beets, and, genuinely, I had no idea what to do with them. First, I learned how to roast them. Then I learned how to like them—in salads, as greens sauteéd or mixed into a hash, …