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Lemon-Herb Roasted Beets

September/October 2009

Your rating: None Average: 4 (12 votes)

We love how roasting brings out the sweet flavor of beets. Golden beets look especially pretty when tossed with the fresh herb and lemon seasoning mix, but any type of beets will work in this recipe. If you’re a lemon lover, be sure to add the squeeze of fresh lemon juice after the beets are roasted.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Yum! I just made this with fresh basil and then just some italian seasoning. It was really nice with the lemon!! I plan on eating cold tomorrow with my meal. Very nice! Very easy! "
Lemon-Herb Roasted Beets Recipe

3 Reviews for Lemon-Herb Roasted Beets

06/22/2013
Delicious beets

I made this with some golden beets I bought at my farmer's market. I'd never cooked beets before but thought that I would give it a try. I'm so glad that I did! Instead of turning on my oven in this heat, I prepared them in a foil packet and placed them on the grill for 20-25 minutes. My husband had never had beets before and was also very impressed with the fresh taste. I used fresh rosemary and basil from my garden. This is going to be a summer staple!

Easy to prepare with few ingredients
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09/25/2011
Great way to have beets!

These are easy to make and taste delicious! I have never had roasted beets before and loved them. I did use lemon - and fresh basil the first time. The sweetness of the beets and sourness of the lemon is mouthwatering. Tonight I am using lemon and dried rosemary.

delicious and easy
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05/02/2010
Anonymous

Yum! I just made this with fresh basil and then just some italian seasoning. It was really nice with the lemon!! I plan on eating cold tomorrow with my meal. Very nice! Very easy!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 3 weeks ago

Do you peel the skin off

Do you peel the skin off before roasting? Any suggestions?

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