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Beetroot salad with horseradish


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I chose the beet not too big because it is rawer, I washed it and boiled it in a pressure cooker for about 40 minutes.

After it is well cooked, I strained it and put it on a tray to cool a little. Peel and cut into small pieces, very thin slices.

The horseradish is cleaned, cut into pieces, then ground with a meat grinder. Add the horseradish over the beets and mix well.

We boil the water with the salt to taste, with the sugar and at the end the vinegar. We boil the cumin separately in a cup of water and let it boil for 5 minutes. Then mix the water with the boiled cumin and put it so hot over the beets. Mix well and let it cool if you want to eat the salad in the next period. If you want to put it for the winter, put it so hot in jars, put the lids and then we put them in a pan in which we placed towels. Add water and let the jars with beets boil for about 20 minutes. We put them in a warm bed (beds) until the second day when they cool down, then we put them in the pantry.

The jars that will be consumed in the next period are kept in the refrigerator.

Great appetite!



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Beetroot with horseradish

Why so late? You already know my story with vinegar and all the things I refused to eat for many years because of it. Beets and horseradish were the main targets. When I realized how much I like both, I started consuming them with great pleasure. Then my taste buds understood the role of vinegar in food. And from time to time I came to this salad. In the last year I have tasted many beetroot salads with horseradish, sometimes even a few jars from different sources in parallel, until I realized how I want my salad to be perfect. I took into account:
- color: to be vivid, with fuchsia reflections, not dark to brown, the color is generally given by the variety of beet used but also by how much you bake / boil it
- texture: a little al dente, not to be porridge salad here we must be careful how much we cook / boil I prefer grated salad (or at least cut into small cubes) over the slice. just a matter of personal taste
- taste: all the balanced elements give the vinegar a little acidity and to balance the sweetness of the beet, without feeling especially in the mixture (so as not to scratch my sensitive papillae ) horseradish neither too little as it looks faint salad too much to cover the taste of beets

You know how good this salad is, but I especially like this potato stew.


Beetroot with horseradish

Why so late? You already know my story with vinegar and all the things I refused to eat for many years because of it. Beets and horseradish were the main targets. When I realized how much I like both, I started consuming them with great pleasure. Then my taste buds understood the role of vinegar in food. And from time to time I came to this salad. In the last year I have tasted many beetroot salads with horseradish, sometimes even a few jars from different sources in parallel, until I realized how I want my salad to be perfect. I took into account:
- color: to be vivid, with fuchsia reflections, not dark to brown, the color is generally given by the variety of beet used but also by how much you bake / boil it
- texture: a little al dente, not to be porridge salad here we must be careful how much we cook / boil I prefer grated salad (or at least cut into small cubes) over the slice. just a matter of personal taste
- taste: all the balanced elements give the vinegar a little acidity and to balance the sweetness of the beet, without feeling especially in the mixture (so as not to scratch my sensitive papillae ) horseradish neither too little as it looks faint salad too much to cover the taste of beets

You know how good this salad is, but I especially like this potato stew.


Raw beetroot salad with horseradish

One of the most sought after recipes is raw beetroot salad with horseradish. Those who do not have stomach problems prefer the version with raw beets, because it is healthier.

Find out below how to prepare raw beetroot and horseradish salad, and what benefits this vibrant root has!


Beetroot salad with horseradish

Beetroot salad with horseradish is an accompanying salad, usually served with meat dishes (steak, grill, baked meat, etc.). It is not a salad very appreciated by everyone, neither the beets nor the horseradish are not to the taste of many.

From a nutritional point of view, beets contain many vitamins and antioxidants, being useful for lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol, protecting against cancer, cleansing the liver of toxins and helping to improve the intestinal tract.

Contrary to expectations, horseradish contains a large amount of vitamin C, being a powerful antioxidant. It has an antibacterial and anticancer effect and helps the respiratory system. It is not recommended for those with stomach ulcers or diseases of the digestive tract or pregnant women.

Beetroot can be prepared in two ways: boiled or baked. In both variants it must be washed well before preparation.

If it boils, put a pot of water on the stove, on the right heat, add a little salt and put the whole beets, peeled. Boil for 40-45 minutes or until soft.

If it is baking, heat the oven to 180 degrees, put the whole beet, with the peel, in a tray and leave it for 40-45 minutes, until it bakes, without drying.

While the beets are cooking, take care of the horseradish. Peel a squash, grate it and wash it well. Then put the horseradish on the small grater and put it in a bowl. Add a little oil, vinegar and salt and mix.

When the beets are ready, take them out of the water or tray and let them cool a bit. Then peel and put the core on a large grater or, if you prefer, cut it into cubes or slices. Add a little oil, vinegar and salt.

When serving, you can mix beets with horseradish, if desired. If not, just put a little horseradish on top of the salad.


Horsetail beet salad

Recipes for diabetics offers you the recipe for beet salad with horseradish. Horseradish beet salad is suitable for a light dinner, it contains about 10 carbohydrates per serving and 2 grams of protein.

Recipes for diabetics will present in the following the necessary ingredients, the preparation method and the nutritional values ​​for a portion of about 150 grams.

Ingredients needed for horseradish beet salad:

  • 800 grams of beets
  • 20 ml yogurt
  • 5 grams of horseradish ras
  • little mustard
  • slightly chopped leek (white part)
  • salt and leek to taste
  • dill or parsley to taste.

How to prepare beet salad with horseradish:

  1. Bake the beets well in the preheated oven. Put the beets in a deep bowl because it will dehydrate and may leak into the oven.
  2. When it is baked and soft, take it out of the oven and let it cool.
  3. Peel the beets with a knife and cut them into rounds or grate them. We advise you to use disposable gloves because beets can stain your hands when cleaning it.
  4. Then mix the yogurt well with the mustard, horseradish and leeks, season to taste.
  5. Add the sauce thus formed over the sliced ​​beets or grated.
  6. Serve cold salad and season to taste with dill or parsley.

Nutritional values ​​for a portion of about 150 grams:

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Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar
It is a very good salad that is prepared more often next to Lamb Steak and in our country there is no need to have Beet Salad at the Easter table. I usually always prepare it before Easter. I said that Christmas or New Year's Eve is just as good next to pork steaks.

So I decided to put this winter beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar. I recommend you try it too Beetroot in a jar which is a special pickle, slightly sweet. Another interesting recipe is Beetroot Cream Soup,Beetroot jam.

I remember when I was a kid in the 80's the shelves at the grocery stores were full of jars of beets and grape compote and they were very good. Now I can't say the same thing. They don't taste the same anymore.

I say that this recipe for Beetroot Salad with horseradish in a jar will be to your liking and you will enjoy it in winter.

Ingredients Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

3 kg beets
2 teaspoons chimen
1-2 horseradish threads
220 ml vinegar
200 g sugar
30 g of salt
2 l apa

Preparation Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

The beets are washed and wiped. Put the beets in the oven in a tray lined with baking paper and bake until easily penetrated with a fork. Remove and clean. Place on a large grater.

Note: Beets can be boiled, but the baked one is much sweeter and better.

Horseradish is cleaned, washed and put on a small grater. If you have a food processor, I recommend you scrape the horseradish with it (and so you will shed many tears…).

Put a row of grated beets, a row of grated horseradish, beets and continue until the jar is filled alternately layers. The last layer will be beets. Between the layers you can sprinkle cumin if you like. I usually use it because we like it, but it is optional.

Prepare the syrup that is poured over the beets in jars. Bring the water to a boil in which we add the sugar, salt and vinegar and let it boil for 2-3 minutes until the salt and sugar melt. So hot, pour over the layers of beets and horseradish, staple the jars and put between the beds to dry dunst until the next day.

Note: Pour the syrup and let it sit for a while, with the blade of a knife we ​​make room for the syrup to drain well and pour again until the whole gap is filled.
Have fun! !


Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar
It is a very good salad that is prepared more often next to Lamb Steak and in our country there is no need to have beet salad at the Easter table. I usually always prepare it before Easter. I said that Christmas or New Year's Eve is just as good next to pork steaks.

So I decided to put this winter beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar. I recommend you try it too Beetroot in a jar which is a special pickle, slightly sweet. Another interesting recipe is Beetroot Cream Soup,Beetroot jam.

I remember when I was a kid in the 80's the shelves at the grocery stores were full of jars of beets and grape compote and they were very good. Now I can't say the same thing. They don't taste the same anymore.

I say that this recipe for Beetroot Salad with horseradish in a jar will be to your liking and you will enjoy it in winter.

Ingredients Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

3 kg beets
2 teaspoons chimen
1-2 horseradish threads
220 ml vinegar
200 g sugar
30 g of salt
2 l apa

Preparation Beetroot salad with horseradish in a jar

The beets are washed and wiped. Put the beets in the oven in a tray lined with baking paper and bake until easily penetrated with a fork. Remove and clean. Place on a large grater.

Note: Beets can also be boiled, but the baked one is much sweeter and better.

Horseradish is cleaned, washed and put on a small grater. If you have a food processor, I recommend you scrape the horseradish with it (and so you will shed many tears…).

Put a row of grated beets, a row of grated horseradish, beets and continue until the jar is filled alternately layers. The last layer will be beets. Between the layers you can sprinkle cumin if you like. I usually use it because we like it, but it is optional.

Prepare the syrup that is poured over the beets in jars. Bring the water to a boil in which we add the sugar, salt and vinegar and let it boil for 2-3 minutes until the salt and sugar melt. So hot, pour over the layers of beets and horseradish, staple the jars and put between the beds in a dry dunst until the next day.

Note: Pour the syrup and let it sit for a while, with the blade of a knife we ​​make room for the syrup to drain well and pour again until the whole gap is filled.
Have fun! !