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Warm sallad with beetroot
Warm sallad is a great and fast way to make a nutritious and delicious meal. Cooking time about 25 minutes.
Mixed green leaves of your choice
5 medium size beetroots
1/2 dl of pine nuts
Extra virgin olive oil
2 tbl spoons Thyme
The cold sauce:
1 dl of goat’s cheese
1 1/2 dl of yoghurt or crème fraîche (depending on how much fat you want)
What to do:
1 Set your oven on 225 °C
2 Slice your beetroot. The thinner the pieces the shorter time in the oven.
3 Spread the pieces evenly on an oven tray.Drizzle some oil and turn the beetroot in. Add salt and thyme. Leave them in the middle of the oven for about 20 minutes. When they are the consistency you like, take them out.
4 While waiting for the beetroot:
5 Fill your sallad bowl with the leaves you’ve chosen, top the sallad with the beetroot and the pine nuts. You can of course also add things like cucumber, peppers, tomatoes etc.
You can varie the ingredients to your taste and what you happen to have at home. Pair the sallad with a cold sauce and whatever protein you fancy.
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