Cooking Grilled Beet Salad

By Michele Vieux

In HD Videos, Nutrition

June 15, 2012

Video Article

Michele Vieux used to hate beets.

“I used to think they tasted like dirt,” she says.

But now that she’s acquired the taste, she enjoys them. In this video, Vieux shows us how to grill the vegetables up for a warm salad.

“This is a really easy way to just kind of get some extra veggies into your meal,” says the CrossFit Invictus coach.

She cuts two beets into slices no bigger than half an inch, then tosses the pieces in olive oil, as well as garlic sea salt and fresh ground paper. Then it’s time for the grill. After a few minutes on high heat, the beets are moved from the grill to a bowl Vieux covers with aluminum foil.

“We’re going to let them sit for about 5 or 10 minutes. They’re going to finish steaming through so they’re nice and tender,” she explains.

After that, Vieux cuts the beet slices into bite-sized pieces and adds two tablespoons of chopped red onion, as well as parsley, a dash of apple cider vinegar, and salt and pepper.

To download the recipe for grilled beet salad, click here.

Video by Again Faster.

10min 13sec

HD file size: 283 MB
SD wmv file size: 122 MB
SD mov file size: 60 MB

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Additional reading: The Kitchen WOD by Nick Massie, published Nov. 2, 2011.

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4 Comments on “Cooking Grilled Beet Salad”

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Michele!
I really enjoy your videos because of the simplicity of them. Economical and efficient; recipes never seem daunting. I've been a huge fan of the Cauliflower rice. I'm Korean and having a "rice"-like substitute has brought balance back to the cosmos. The universe thanks you. Keep the videos rollin'!

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Love the videos! Keep them coming please

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How about your pickled beets recipe?

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You should try boiling the beetroot for 20 minutes before you cook them Michelle. That removes that dirt taste you mentioned.
Awesome vid!

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