[Video] Beetroot & Edamame Salad

Beetroot and edamame both have a very vibrant colour. You might think it's too vivid but it's a great combination. In fact, while making the video, I was eating from the plate and before I realised it, it was half finished!

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)
Serves 4 Prep: 40 min Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Beetroot 4 (500g)
Lemon 1/2
Extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp
Salt 1/2 tsp
Edamame beans (defrosted) 80g
Stilton cheese 20g
Walnuts 20g
Black pepper a pinch

Method

1
Trim the ends off the beetroot and boil in water. Turn to a simmer and cook for 30 minutes.
2
Leave the edamame to defrost overnight or pour hot water over it.
3
While the beetroot is cooking, make the marinade sauce. Into a bowl, squeeze the lemon, salt & pepper and olive oil and stir.
4
When the beetroot is cooked, remove from the hot water and cool under running cold tap water.
5
Peel off the outer skins and cut into 7-8mm thick slices. Place into the marinade sauce for at least 15 minutes and up to 2-3 hours.
6
Coarsley chop the walnuts and dry roast in a pan.
7
Place the marinated beetroot slices decoratively onto a serving dish and cover with the edamame beans and Stilton cheese broken into pieces.
8
Sprinkle with the walnuts and black pepper - and enjoy!

Tips & Note

The beetroot must be boiled whole. It takes time, but retains its lovely colour. If you slice it before boiling, the colour is far less, so it's a waste of such a beautiful vegetable. So once it's trimmed, throw it straight into the pan for the perfect result. I believe Stilton cheese goes really well with red vegetables, so I think this is an essential ingredient.

[Video] Beetroot & Edamame Salad

Beetroot and edamame both have a very vibrant colour. You might think it's too vivid but it's a great combination. In fact, while making the video, I was eating from the plate and before I realised it, it was half finished!

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)

Serves 4

Prep: 40 min

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Beetroot 4 (500g)
Lemon 1/2
Extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp
Salt 1/2 tsp
Edamame beans (defrosted) 80g
Stilton cheese 20g
Walnuts 20g
Black pepper a pinch

[Video] Beetroot & Edamame Salad

Recipe ID :1608 Posted on 23 JAN 2016

Serves 4

Prep 40min
Cook 20min
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Beetroot and edamame both have a very vibrant colour. You might think it's too vivid but it's a great combination. In fact, while making the video, I was eating from the plate and before I realised it, it was half finished!

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4 (500g)
1/2
2 tbsp
1/2 tsp
80g
20g
20g
a pinch

Method

Prep
40min
Cook
20min
1
Trim the ends off the beetroot and boil in water. Turn to a simmer and cook for 30 minutes.
2
Leave the edamame to defrost overnight or pour hot water over it.
3
While the beetroot is cooking, make the marinade sauce. Into a bowl, squeeze the lemon, salt & pepper and olive oil and stir.
4
When the beetroot is cooked, remove from the hot water and cool under running cold tap water.
5
Peel off the outer skins and cut into 7-8mm thick slices. Place into the marinade sauce for at least 15 minutes and up to 2-3 hours.
6
Coarsley chop the walnuts and dry roast in a pan.
7
Place the marinated beetroot slices decoratively onto a serving dish and cover with the edamame beans and Stilton cheese broken into pieces.
8
Sprinkle with the walnuts and black pepper - and enjoy!

Tips & Note

The beetroot must be boiled whole. It takes time, but retains its lovely colour. If you slice it before boiling, the colour is far less, so it's a waste of such a beautiful vegetable. So once it's trimmed, throw it straight into the pan for the perfect result. I believe Stilton cheese goes really well with red vegetables, so I think this is an essential ingredient.

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