How to roast beetroots

 

Roasted beets

I love beets for their taste, color and nutrition! They have such wonderful aroma when you roast them. Beets are very versatile and can be used in salads, soups, sandwiches, hummus and many more dishes! 

Step by step recipe

  1. Wash the beets thoroughly and dry with paper towel.

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2. Cut off the very top and bottom of the beetroot and cut each beet into half

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3. Line baking tray with aluminum foil, Line beets on the tray with the flat side down and brush them with olive oil.

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4. Cover the beets with another aluminum foil this time wrapping foil around each beet tightly. Roast then for 45-60 minutes.

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5. Check with a knife to make sure it goes through smoothly. Let them cool down and then peel the skin off using a paper towel.

Roasted beets

Prep time: 5 mins  Cooking time:45-60 mins    Total time: 50-65 mins

Ingredients:

5 medium Beets
1 tbsp Olive oil

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Wash them thoroughly and dry with paper towel. Cut off the very top and bottom of the beetroot and cut each beet into half.
  2. Line baking tray with aluminum foil. Line beets on the tray with the flat side down. Brush them with olive oil. Cover the beets with another aluminum foil this time wrapping foil around each beet tightly. Roast them for 30-45 minutes. Check with a knife to make sure it goes through smoothly.
  3. Let them cool down and then peel the skin off using a paper towel. Keep refrigerated in airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

Enjoy roasted beets with some salt and pepper sprinkled or use them in hummus, salads, soups, sides or sandwiches!

 

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