Top Rated Beet Recipes

With their magnificient color, delicious flavor, and vitamin richness, beets are one of my favorite vegetables. In the summer I serve this soup at room temperature; in the winter I like it hot.
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Beet Hummus
“Kameel Abu-Hatoum, a distinguished connoisseur of traditional Lebanese cuisine from Baakline (Chouf mountains) graciously gave me the recipe for this dip. He coined it mama dallou’ah. This name was meant as a counter to the now world-famous baba ghanouj. Explanation: Baba is daddy and ghanouj means cuddly (or someone who likes to spoil and cuddle their baby or loved one). Mama is mom and dallou’ah means a mom who loves to be pampered, cuddled, spoilt and cherished. This is a delicious dip served at room temperature with pita bread; it is simple to prepare; the taste can be adjusted a bit (more or less lemon or garlic or tahini) according to taste.” — Joumana Accad, blogger and author of Taste of BeirutClick here to learn more about Lebanese cooking. 
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Absolut Elyx
ABSOLUT ELYX is the world's first true luxury vodka hand crafted in copper stills resulting in pure vodka with a highly prized silky texture and taste.This recipe is provided by Jonas Tahlin, cocktail extraordinaire and CEO of Absolut Elyx.
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Grilled Beets
When it comes to beets, I just can’t get enough and one of my favorite methods for preparing them is fire roasting.  A little olive oil, a little heat, some salt and pepper and suddenly you’re good to go! Click here for more Grilled Easter Recipes From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.  
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We got the beet, we got the beet, we got the beet… smoothie! Beets combined with vitamin-filled fruits like blueberries, mango, and peaches makes this smoothie not only delicious, but healthy, too.
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This healthy dish not only tastes great, but looks great as well. It perfectly highlights the fall colors: red, green, and orange. 
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Pickled Beet Salad
Here's a beet salad recipe that won't require you to light a single stove. While this recipe requires a bit of advance planning, it is indeed simple to prepare and is well worth the wait. This salad works well as both an appetizer or a side dish as a counterpoint to grilled meats and fish. Click here to see 7 No-Cook Side Dishes.
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Have you been feeling a little stressed lately? Add more beets to your diet. Beets are loaded with betalaine, a nutrient responsible for protecting cells, enzymes, and proteins from environmental stress.
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Made by Will Lazar at New York City's Parm. Watch the video of how to make it. 
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roasted beets
This simple salad may only have a few ingredients, but it has an absolute abundance of flavor. Tender roasted beets marry perfectly with juicy slices of orange, and black currant glaze adds an extraordinary depth of flavor. Using the best oranges possible is critical for this salad. At Picnic LA, we use a variety of seasonal oranges from many local farms. Pick oranges that are firm without any soft spots, and that smell sweet. Currant juice can be found in many supermarkets and health stores. Fried garlic and star anise are easy to find in a local Asian market. — PICNIC LA Executive Chef, Alex Resnick
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Beet Salad
Sometimes, using a little help from the store can mean the difference between ordering takeout and making a home-cooked meal. The introduction of precooked fresh beets to the produce section is a boon to busy home cooks; no longer does anyone have to settle for canned beets when in a hurry. This quick and easy, delicious salad is a healthy starter for busy weeknights.
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Roasted Balsamic Beets
In my opinion, nature’s bounty of beautiful, nutritious vegetables is completely underrated. And beets are a perfect example of this. They brighten up any meal with their gorgeous, earthy reddish-purple color and are highly nutritious to boot. We eat beets in my house about once a week (our favorite vegetables are kale and broccoli; not a day goes by without those brassicas at our table). So, back to beets. This root vegetable is thought to have nutrients that contain both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The nutrients in beets are also thought to assist in detoxification. That’s not why we eat beets, though, we just like them. They're delicious and super easy to prepare!
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