I made this for dinner on Friday night. It was very tasty and I ate most of it myself. Will definitely make this again.
The taste of the vinegar was quite strong for me. I liked the combination of flavours but would have liked something a bit more subdued.
This was really good! The flavor of the beet greens combined with the caramelized onions and balsamic vinegar was superb, but I could barely taste the thyme and I couldn't taste the rosemary or the garlic at all, so next time I will probably double them. Overall, though, definitely a great greens recipe that I'll be making again and again.
Oh, so good. And also good for you.
If I would have followed the times on this, it wouldn't have turned out at all. My onions were done in less than 15 minutes and nearly burned. Next time, I'll keep the oil at a lower temp the entire time. I did mine with dried herbs as well since I can't keep herbs growing all winter long. I really enjoyed it and will try it again when I get some more beet greens, I just will make the tweaks with the times and temperatures.
I followed recipe exactly and give it 5 stars, but my dh & family only give it one....but only because they just like plain old beet greens. I on the other hand, thought they were a great change, and much like a braised green, but with a wonderful flavor. Thanks for posting!
Tasty greens. Mine were on the very mature side, so I was a bit concerned they might be bitter, but they weren't. I used dried herbs, as it's what I had on hand. I used a tad extra balsamic, as well. I'll definitely be making these again (perhaps adding toasted pine nuts--something I like to add to other greens).
This was a really wonderul dish! I did use dried herbs as that was what I had to work with...but I made some very slight additions to dish. i added slightly less than 1/4 tsp curry powder....also threw in a handful of sliced blanched almonds with the herbs.
This recipe was quite yummy. I did add the apples (peeled and chopped) before I added the greens. I also had some cooked beets I sliced and added to the mix, as well as a few dried cranberries. This dish would be pretty on the table around Christmastime.
Chef Lee was on the mark about this delicious recipe working with dried herbs. Next time I plan to add some cubed apple to it.