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I used two colors of beets, fresh from the garden and added chopped onions and loved the result. Bright color that was so attractive, The flavors blended together nicely and where easy to bring together which was nice since we were having company over - everyone enjoyed
I used jar beets (Greenwood Brand), and mixed them in a baggie all together with the other ingredients and let them marinade for a few hours. Rather than roast them, I simmered them to warm on the stovetop (This is because my oven was in use by a 2.5 hr to bake cheesecake and I was hungry, lol). The carrots flavored the beets and vice-versa. A wonderful and delicious combination. Thanks for sharing. :)
I didn't care for this. I think vegetables need more oil than vinegar in order to achieve good carmelization, and I think the vinegar caused them to be a bit dry and detracted from the taste of the veggies. I used sugar in the raw and could see no difference.
Loved these and they were beautiful on the plate. I followed the instructions and placed on opposite ends of the baking pan, but did stir them together for serving. I know I will be making these again. Made for ZWT4.
Nice recipe. I just threw all the veggies in one plastic baggie, dumped in the marinade and left it sit for 4 minutes. Then dumped out the marinade and placed all the veggies (mixed together) on a cookie sheet. They were done in 45 minutes. Made for ZWT4.
Wow! I just loved the roasted beets and carrots! A slight sweetness from roasting and the dressing. I used 2 beets and 3 carrots and ate them all up at one sitting! Thanks Susie! Made for the 123 Hit Wonders game!
I wondered why the beets and carrots were separate in the dish - I would say its because the beets tend to stain the carrots. I see no other reason to keep them separate and next time may just save myself some trouble and mix them.