With the cleaning and scrubbing well underway (oh, to be finished) it is now time to concentrate on the kitchen, and the preparation of those special Pesach foods.Since beets are one of the most widely and traditionally used vegetable at this time of year, we will focus on them (and sneak in a little something sweet to serve for dessert.Beets have a dark, lovely reddish hue that adds a lot of color to any Pesach table, which is another one of their benefits.After the beets are peeled, washed and checked, place them in a medium sized pot, cover them with water, and boil them until soft, about 45 minutes. .
The New York Times' Florence Fabricant hailed Love Beets as "Cute, Sweet and Handy" – and KosherEye agrees!Packed full of nutrients, they have long been used in folk medicine to treat a variety of ailments including fevers and illnesses relating to digestion and the blood.It turns out that the Ancient Romans got a few things right as the benefits of a beet-filled diet are now scientifically confirmed!We like their convenience, versatility, and that they can be enjoyed hot or cold in a variety of dishes.• Ready to eat, nothing added and can be enjoyed hot or cold.We like them in salads topped with simple vinaigrette; mixed with a creamy pickled herring; in our goat cheese topped beet soup; and of course in our traditional borscht with dollops of sour cream. .
Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Beets (Parve, Passover)
Gefen's Vacuum-Packed Beets: A Passover Must-Have That Can't
Gefen’s beets are 100% non-GMO, U.S.D.A.Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade.Gefen products are distributed by New Jersey based-Kayco, one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of kosher and kosher-for-Passover food products. .