Root vegetables are usually the only ones available at a descent price during winter and they also contain a lot lof vitamins, so there is a reason we eat them so much. But after a while they can get boring and you need to find new ways to consume them; here we’ve got some inspiration for you!
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
- 8 small organic beets
- 1/3 cup (83ml) of organic finely chopped parsley
- 1 tbsp. (15 ml) of olive oil
- 2 tsp. (5ml) of tahini
- Juice of 1/2 of an organic lemon
- 1 organic garlic clove
- Salt and pepper
- Roasted organic walnuts (optional)
- Start cooking your beets. It usually takes about 20 minutes, but it depends on the size of them.
- To roast the walnuts, you have to get a dry non-stick pan and over medium heat, put your walnut. Then add your tamari sauce. Shake them because they will stick. When it’s dry, remove them from the heat and either transfer them in another non-stick pan or wash the one you have before putting back the walnuts. Put them back over medium heat to continue the roasting shaking them regularly until you start to hear a light whistle. Remove them from the heat and transfer them in a bowl.
- In your salad bowl, combine the olive oil, the tahini, the lemon juice and beat until you get an emulsion.
- Dice your beets and add them to your vinaigrette. Put the garlic, the turmeric, the salt and the pepper and stir until they’re covered with this creamy sauce.
- At the moment to serve, add the walnuts so they keep their crunchy texture.
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