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. 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

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

  3. 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

  4. 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?

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

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

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

  9. 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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