Christine's StoryMy favorite salad is spinach, pickled beets, Marie's Super Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing and Bacon Bits. Photo is from internet.
reserved beet juice
powdered cloves or you can throw a couple of whole cloves in it
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1Drain cans of beets. Reserve 1 cup of juice.
2Mix salt, powdered cloves and mustard powder with sugar (so it won't clump)
3Mix vinegar and sugar mixture to a boil in a 2 qt. sauce pan until the sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat.
4Add drained beets and reserved liquid to vinegar and sugar.
5Put in glass jars and refrigerate for At LEAST 24 hours.
gaynel mohler gaynel - Mar 25, 2012
I make pickled beets every year at this time. with boiled eggs in them. I have a pointer for you to try if you wish. Use red wine vinegar in place of the white vinegar. The delicate flavor is awesome with pickled beets. :)
Christine Arnold ChristineArnold - Mar 25, 2012
Gaynel, sounds great! I have so many different vinegars.
Jan Burch janburch - Apr 9, 2012
My Mom always had pickled beets in the fridge, but made them with artificial sweetener. I'm wondering if they wouldn't be great with tarragon vinegar? Hummmmm..... Thanks for posting the recipe. Haven't had them in years but will be making some up real soon!
Christine Arnold ChristineArnold - Apr 9, 2012
These are easy and fast. I haven't tried other vinegars or flavors but it should taste good to you.