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Beet Feta Salad Recipe

Whether you love them or hate them, beets might be worth a second (or third) try.

Packed with nutrients and vitamins, these earthy, crimson-hued root veggies can do wonders for your health.

Beet Feta Salad

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Recipe by PublixCourse: SaladCuisine: American



    Sweet beets meet salty feta in this lettuce-free salad.


    • 3

      medium beets

    • 1 tablespoon

      olive oil

    • 1/4 teaspoon


    • 1/4 teaspoon


    • ½ cup

      green onions, chopped

    • ½ cup

      feta cheese


    • Preheat oven to 400°F. 

    • Peel and cut beets into 1/2-inch-thick slices. Place on foil-lined baking sheet and brush beet slices with olive oil, salt, and pepper. 

    • Bake 25-30 minutes or until tender. 

    • Place in medium bowl with green onions and top with crumbled feta cheese. Serve.

    Nutrition Facts (per serving):

    • Calories—100 | Total Fat—7g | Cholesterol – 15mg | Sodium—240mg | Carbohydrate—5g | Dietary Fiber—1g | Protein—4g

    Facts about Beets

    How to Choose:

    When searching for beets, bigger isn’t always better. Opt for baby beets as these will be more sweet and tender, and choose ones that are firm with taut, smooth skins. Another thing to look out for? Crisp, fresh-looking greens.

    Storing Wisdom:

    Cut off the greens. As with many veggies, the first step in storing beets is to give the greens a snip. Leave about an inch of stem attached, and then place beets into plastic bags for storage in the refrigerator. If you want to use the greens separately, store them in a bag, too, and place them in the fridge.

    Did you know?

    Beets are an excellent source of iron, making them the veggie of choice for those who suffer from anemia and fatigue. They’re also rich in potassium, which is one of the main minerals responsible for muscle contraction. This means they’re a heart-healthy choice that can help decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.

    Love 'em or leave 'em.

    If you hate beets, you’re not alone. While there’s no denying their health benefits, their distinct flavor has gained them legions of lovers and loathers. One high profile couple who could do without them? President Obama and First Lady Michelle, who asked that they not be planted in the White House organic vegetable garden.  

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