Beet Rose Garnish roll up beet slices and form into a rose flower garnish
Beet Rose Garnish, so simple to make, overlap beet slices slightly on paper towels into a long continuous
row, roll up slices, set it upright, adjust the petals making a beautiful edible rose. I make them in advance, lay them on their sides,
cover and refrigerate until I'm ready to garnish my dinner plates.
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Prep Time: 10 min Total Time: 10 min
1 can whole beets, pickled or plain, sliced very thin (10 to 15 slices are needed for each rose)
On a flat surface overlap beet slices slightly on paper towels into a long continuous row, sprinkle with salt.
Starting at one end of the row carefully roll up slices as tightly as possible without breaking the beets. Cut a thin slice off one end of rolled beets to sit level on a plate. Blot well with a paper towel and place upright on a plate. If necessary, use toothpicks to hold in place. Adjust slices if necessary to resemble a flower. Place one on each individual plate.
|Wine recommendation: Pinot Gris; Chardonnay