Welcome to the tasty world of beets that have been pickled. If you like foods that are tangy and fresh, you're in for a treat. Pickled beets are a delicious food that combines the earthy sweetness of beets with the zesty tartness of pickling brine. This article will talk about where pickled beets come from, how to make them at home, how to serve them, and where you can buy them. Let's dive in!
1/2 kilo beetroot, boiled and peeled
1/2 liter wine vinegar
6 grams white pepper (one teaspoon full)
2 grams cayenne (one teaspoon of coffee)
1 tablespoon of grated ginger
Boil the beets until soft and once they cool, remove the peel and reserve to continue when the next steps are ready.
In a small saucepan, add vinegar, white pepper, and ginger and bring to a boil. When the boil breaks, keep simmering for 5 minutes until it is slightly used up
Then, as soon as the vinegar is warm, we begin to cut the beets into not very fine julienne slices and add them to a very clean jar. We add the vinaigrette to the edge of the jar, cover it, and sterilize it in a saucepan of boiling water for 30 minutes.
The finished product, which is cold and ready to store, can be consumed for 6 months after opening in the refrigerator