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Citrus and Baby Beet Salad


This bright salad combines two of winter’s tastiest seasonal offerings: root vegetables and citrus fruit. Top it with a bit of crumbled cheese for a heartier meal or serve alongside your favorite entree. This recipe comes to us from our friends at Melissa’s Produce.

Cooking Tip of the Week: Beets are a sweet root vegetable that many kids love, but their dark red juice can make them a hassle to prepare. For a nutritious kitchen shortcut, look for packaged steamed beets in the produce section.

Food for Thought: Most fruits, like apples and peaches, taste best in late summer or early fall. This is when they are “in season,” meaning that farmers harvest them. But citrus fruits like tangerines are in season from late fall through winter, making them a refreshing way to perk up your winter dishes! In the US, citrus fruits are mainly grown in states with a mild winter, including California, Arizona and Florida.

Visit The Kids Cook Monday for the directions for making this delicious Citrus and Baby Beet Salad. A great dish for your Meatless Mondays!


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