This healthy carpaccio is made from beets and packed with flavor!
Big thank you to WOT reader Gabriela Siotto Dedolph who shared her amazing recipe for this delicious Healthy Beet Carpaccio!
Carpaccio (pronounced “car-PAH-chee-oh”) is a traditional Italian appetizer that is usually made with raw beef. ‘Carpaccio’ really refers to any thinly sliced raw meat or fish. However, this recipe is 100% vegetarian and uses thinly sliced beets instead of meat!
Serve it up as a healthy appetizer at your next dinner party or at brunch. This light dish is sure to please!
Healthy Beet Carpaccio
- 2 organic beets can use different colored beets
- 1 cara cara orange
- arugula leaves
- marcona almonds can use other nuts
- crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese
- chives, diced
- mint, diced
- balsamic glaze to drizzle
- 1/4 orange juice you can use the leftover orange from the cara cara
- 1 tsp minced mint
- 1 tbsp honey
- salt and pepper
- Cook the beets for about 20-30 minutes. They need to be tender.
- Remove the skin and slice into thin slices with a sharp knife. Arrange on a platter.
- Cut the orange into wedges. Place the wedges inbetween the beet slices.
- Mix all the ingredients for the dressing and set aside.
- Now for the fun part! Add the arugula, feta, mint, almonds and a drizzle of balsamic glaze. Drizzle the dressing overtop and serve.
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Photography and recipe by Gabriela Siotto Dedolph