DIY Pickled Beets

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 Beets.

Are certainly not everyone’s first choice when it comes to vegetables, however they do carry quite a bit of health benefits.

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So you may want to consider giving them a try. We LOVE to Juice and Pickle them.

Recipe:

6 medium to large fresh beets, scrubbed and tops cut off.

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Put beets in a large saucepan or stockpot and add enough cold water to cover them with 3 inches over the top. Bring to a boil, then turn heat down to maintain a slow boil. Cook until beets are tender when pierced with a fork, about 40 minutes. Pour water off and let beets cool.


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Peel skins off once the beets are cool enough to handle. Slice and place into a jar.

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2 cups Sugar, 2 cups Apple Cider Vinegar, 2 cups Water, 1 1/2 tsp salt and 2 cinnamon sticks

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Place the sugar, cider vinegar, water, salt, and cinnamon sticks in a smaller saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer for 15 minutes.

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 Pour this pickling liquid over your beets in your glass jar, cover with a lid and refrigerate. Let the beets sit at least a week before tasting.

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It wasn’t until after I took the photo that I realized there was a shape left on the plate from the pickled beet juice. We all thought it was quite Perfectly Sweet, being that we Love pickled beets.I Heart #organic pickled beets jojoandeloise.com

Hope you Enjoy!!

Comments

  1. 1

    I wish I knew how many beets we put up when I was a kid. My father loved them and ate them with just about every meal. lol He even liked them hot and buttered. For years I could not look at one but in the past two or three years I have started eating them again. Great tutorial here- xo Diana
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    • 2

      I completely know what you mean, when it comes to having to eat something so much you can hardly stand it. :) Thank you for stopping in. I do hope to be back to visiting around again :)

  2. 3

    My husbands favorite. Thank you for the tip…smiles..Renee
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  3. 5

    This is a perfect recipe to make for the holidays! i can make them a head and then just re warm them! Wonderful and I so appreciate this. I love beets, and this sounds so fun and good.
    Blessings,
    Susie
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  4. 6

    Can these be cut into shreds instead? Also can you can them (boiling canner) after filling with the “juice/broth” or will that cook the beets too much?

    • 7

      Hello Ramona. Yes, these could absolutely be cut into shreds into spears. You can can Beets but you may want to use a different recipe and check on the cooking time.

  5. 8

    OH! I love beets! My daughter and I get a a pint from our local co-op and eat it in no time! Thanks for this great idea.

  6. 9

    AMAZING!! I am going to have to do that!

  7. 10

    This is such a good thing to know how to do! I am thinking food storage!
    XO
    dani

  8. 11

    How did I have no idea that you could pickle beets?! Ha! Those sound good!

  9. 12

    We all love picklled beats here!! Even our boys! Great for lunches with a sandwhich! Thanks for sharing your awesome recipe! Pinned!!

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