Fried beetroot
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Fried beetroot

Fried beetroot belong to the group of side dishes that I love and I could easily eat them even without meat because they are so good. After cooking, peeling and frying, they are served warm as an addition to dinner dishes. Meat dishes that go well with this vegetable addition include: I encourage you to…

Stewed red cabbage
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Stewed red cabbage

Red cabbage works phenomenally both in slaws and when prepared warm – fried or stewed. On the blog, you will find several recipes for red cabbage, including a recipe for red cabbage slaw, quick pickled cabbage, red cabbage and turnip salad, red cabbage salad with satay sauce, red cabbage and pepper salad and many other…

Autumn salad
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Autumn salad

In the autumn, there are plenty of vegetables available that work phenomenally well in salads. These include vegetables such as pumpkin, beetroot, cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale, carrot, celery, leek, kohlrabi and onion. You can prepare many salads from individual vegetables or a mixture of several ones. Autumn salad is nothing more than a combination of…

Beets tartare
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Beets tartare

Meatless tartare prepared from cooked beetroot and served with horseradish sauce is a dish that can be successfully served as an appetizer. Of course, it is a vegetable tartare, containing no meat at all, so if someone is misled by the name of this dish containing the word “tartare”, and expecting meat in it, will…