COMPOSED BEET SALAD

When I was little, I would gag on canned beets, and I hated the way they left a fuschia stain on everything they touched.  But now I’m hooked on roasted beets, and they can stain anything they want.  Beets are usually available in a rainbow of colors at my local farmers market, and if not, I can almost always find at least one color at the grocery store.

My favorites are the striped chioggia beets:

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This is one of my favorite beet salads, and it’s especially pretty with the chioggia beets. It’s made with sliced roasted beets, honeycomb, goat cheese rounds, chopped toasted pecans, and arugula sprouts.  Just before serving, drizzle it with olive oil and sherry vinegar, and season with salt and pepper.  The johnny-jump-up garnish is optional.  🙂

(Honeycomb can be hard to find locally, but you can order it online from Savannah Bee Company.  A little goes a long way, and it’s really nice with cheese and fruit.  It makes a great foodie gift, too.)

2 thoughts on “COMPOSED BEET SALAD

    • I have a link for it in the post. We bought some from this company at a holiday show last year — it’s really great. The kids love it with sliced Granny Smith Apples and cheese.

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