Discover the irresistible flavors of our Butter Fried Golden Beets recipe, a simple yet flavorful way to enjoy the natural sweetness and vibrant color of golden beets. With a rich buttery coating, these tender and caramelized beets make for a delightful side dish that will elevate any meal.
In a medium pan, add beets and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium, and cook for about 10-15 minutes, or until the beets are fork tender, time depends on the size of your beet.
Remove from the water, dry and cool for at least 10 minutes. Peel the beets and then slice into 1/4"-1/2" slices.
In a skillet, add butter and beets. Cook on medium-high, stirring frequently, until beets are slightly browned and are done to your liking. Remove from heat and serve
Butter Fried Golden Beets: A Flavorful and Easy Side Dish
Experience the delightful flavors of our Butter Fried Golden Beets recipe, a fantastic way to enjoy the earthy sweetness of golden beets in a simple yet delicious preparation. With a rich buttery coating and a touch of savory goodness, this side dish is sure to become a favorite addition to your meals.
This Butter Fried Golden Beets recipe is a versatile side dish that pairs well with a variety of main courses. Serve them alongside roasted chicken, grilled steak, or even as a colorful addition to a vegetarian plate. The vibrant golden color adds visual appeal to your meal, while the buttery flavors provide a touch of indulgence.
Experience the simple and flavorful delight of our Butter Fried Golden Beets recipe. The tender and caramelized beets, coated in butter, offer a delightful balance of sweetness and richness. Elevate your side dish game and savor the deliciousness of golden beets with this easy and versatile recipe.
Indulge in the enticing flavors of our Butter Fried Golden Beets recipe, a fantastic way to enjoy the natural sweetness and vibrant color of golden beets. With its simple preparation and delightful taste, this side dish is perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a casual weeknight dinner or a special gathering. The combination of tender beets and a buttery coating creates a delightful balance of flavors that will have you reaching for seconds. Elevate your culinary repertoire and add a pop of color to your plate with this easy and flavorful recipe.
Growing up, my mom only made beets the Polish way: Pickled Beets. Let’s just say that if your only way of eating beets is with them cooked and soaked in vinegar with hard boiled eggs, that you may not be a fan of beets. I certainly wasn’t.
Fast forward way too many years and my Mom passes on and my Dad starts eating dishes the way he likes them. He still likes his pickled beets, but apparently, butter fried beets was the way he was used to eating them. But, I guess my Mom didn’t like them that way which is why I never had them.
So, when I got my Imperfect Produce box a couple weeks ago with more beets in them, I decided to enlist my Dad for some help. So, he came over and he instructed me on the butter fried method. I was a little skeptical, however, it helped that the beets were of the golden variety and not a deep purple which would make me expect it to taste like grapes.
Well, when they were done and I tried them, I was pleasantly surprised. They were really really good. I mean really good. I may not have loved them, but I went for seconds.
So, now you know. Beets don’t have to be cooked and soaked in vinegar. Butter always makes things better.