Pleasant snack, which can be served both hot and cold. Ideal for people who like sweet beets.
Beetroot is a wonderful hematopoietic agent, long recognised by natural medicine. It prevents anaemia and, according to research, supports the treatment of leukemia. Dyestuffs contained in beet are very strong antioxidants and increase the absorption of oxygen by cells.
- 1 pack of puff pastry
- yellow goat’s cheese
- 4 medium sized beet
- 2 onions
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- hint of thyme
- a pinch of salt
Wash medium sized beets thoroughly, cut off the tips and boil until soft (about 45 minutes). When the beets are ready, set aside to cool. During this time, dice up the onion and goat’s cheese. Peel the cold beets from the skin and cut them into thin slices. Grease the grated form with butter and place the puff pastry on it (puncture it in a few places with a fork).
Then spread evenly on the bottom of the beetroot, pour a spoonful of honey, sprinkle with rosemary, half of the chopped onion and goat’s cheese. Arrange the next layer of ingredients in the same order and sprinkle with a pinch of salt.
Bake in the oven for 30 minutes in 175 degrees without thermo circulation. Tasty!