These scalloped beets are earthy, creamy, tangy, garlicky, and herbaceous. Serve with a side of lamb or roasted chicken, or enjoy them as a meal over quinoa with a bitter green salad.
If you have too many beets on your hands, think about serving them as a main dish. Roast them and stuff them with something sweet or savory. These beets are stuffed with hot italian sausage, greens, shallots, and garlic, and topped with a tangy gorgonzola dressing.
Having lived in the South where fresh, local produce is sold out of the back of people’s pick up trucks or at roadside stands, I was spoiled before I moved to Alaska. When I moved in 2010, I arrived mid-winter, so my first visit to a Fairbanks Safeway left a lot to be desired. The shelves…
These scalloped beets are an amazing side dish or could easily work as a main course with a side of quinoa and fresh, green salad.