Spiralized Pickled Golden Beets with Ginger

It is a good idea to use a spiralizer to prep vegetables for pickling. You can specifically do golden beets and add a copious amount of ginger to them in order to balance out the “earthy” taste of the beets. The spiralized golden beets with ginger go especially well with soba noodle salads and Ak-Mak crackers. In addition to the flavor factor, you will enjoy the aesthetic of the Spiralized Golden Beets. The curly-fry like appearance is fun and looks interesting in jarred for the pickling process. It is also possible to make noodles out of vegetables without a spiralizer.


Key Takeaways:

  • This recipe calls for the beets to be minimally cooked in brine, just a simmer does it.
  • To keep the beets from having an overbearing crunch, it’s important to create match-stick thin strips.
  • These pickled beets are made with diced ginger to balance the overall flavor, softening the earthiness of the beets.


“I bought a spiralizer three years ago and while I enjoy the novelty of vegetables cut into shapes other than that which I can achieve with a knife, I can’t quite convince myself that long strands of zucchini or eggplant are actually noodles.”

Read more: http://foodinjars.com/2018/05/spiralized-pickled-golden-beets-with-ginger/

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