Layered Roasted Beet & Orange Salad Recipe

Refreshing and tasty, I've combined beets, goat cheese, oranges, and spinach for this salad recipe.
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It’s a great time of year for a refreshing salad! And this layered beet, goat cheese, and orange salad is one of those dishes that, with a few extra minutes, can be so presentable and pretty! It’s perfect for a cookout or pot luck gathering, especially if it’s outdoors—haha. Anyone else nervous to serve guests too many beets in their house? Maybe it’s because kids are usually part of the equation at our home, so (as a newer beet fan) my mind can only imagine all the areas where a beet could accidentally drop off a plate and get mashed into a carpet. Any seasoned beet lovers have some advice here?

Layered beet, goat cheese, orange, and spinach salad on 100 Days of Real Food.

Even if you’re not a beet lover (yet), there’s no need to turn your nose up to this dish. I think avocado would be a fabulous substitute in its place. But, either way, don’t give up on beets…it took me years before I was won over as I explained in a recent post. They do not taste like dirt (anymore)! LOL. Also, they’ve been a fun new ingredient to cook with. :)

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  1. A tip for the feared “red beet stain on the carpet” would be to use a golden beet, the beautiful chioggia beet, or even a white beet. These don’t bleed and stain!

  2. This is such a refreshingly simple recipe; at the same time so tasty.
    Love the colorful plate that you get and it suits so perfectly for the hot Indian weather. My family enjoys this at dinner time. Thanks