The beet is one of the most nutritious vegetables. A good source of Vitamin C, K, folate, and magnesium. Paired with carrots and celery, it's a good cancer preventitive. Also good for the unrinary tract and ulcers.
I first had a similar salad at Annie Gunn's in St. Louis and really liked it (licked my plate clean), but felt something was missing from it. I just figured it out. . .I think the dressing should have a touch of sweetness! That being said, here is my retake on the recipe. If you aren't a fan of goat cheese, feel free to sub it out with Boursin or feta. Also sometimes they serve this salad with strawberries instead of blackberries, but I think the blackberries always look prettier!
One of my favorites. I love it when it's served right away over ice. Just make sure nto to over power the carrot juice with the beet. Try to use cold veggies it is a big difference in taste if you juice room temp veggies.
This is from Jessica Seinfeld's Cookbook called Deceptively Delicious. I have not tried this, but am posting recipes for others. When I do make them, I will make a version that does not use pancake mix and share my results.
Oh my, but this recipe goes back to my young years when we lived in Alberta, Canada. We grew large gardens and had many varieties of veggies. Because I was a vegetarian in those days, my mother would cook this beet recipe for me. Young beets with 6 to 8 inch beet tops are the best
This is a fantastic way to use a variety of root vegetables! The end result is beautifully colored with each ingredient being its own shade of pink. I also like the way that it has layers of texture. It can be hard to do with root vegetables. If you don't care about the texture you can make it all easier by boiling everything and just dicing it all and mixing it up like regular potato salad. I think doing it this way is worth the effort though.