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Sautéed Beet Greens

Beet greens, the leafy part of the beetroot, are often wasted and thrown away. However, they are a wonderful and tasty part of the beet that can be used in many recipes. If you’re a vegan or just like to eat more plant-based foods, please consider giving beet greens a try.

When making beet greens, start by chopping off the tops of the beetroots for storage. Then, give the leaves a good wash to remove any dirt or grit. You can use the stalks as well, but they may take a bit longer to cook.

Once the greens are clean, heat up a pan with a little bit of water or oil. Add a sliced leek or celery for even more flavor if you’d like. When the pan is hot, add the beet greens and start stirring. Be sure not to overcook them, as they will lose their vibrant green color.

After a few minutes of stirring, season the greens with salt, pepper, and any other herbs or spices you prefer. A squeeze of lemon juice helps to brighten up the flavors. Some people also like to add a handful of chopped dill for an extra burst of freshness.

As the greens cook, you’ll notice that they release some liquid. This can be used to make a simple broth or soup. If you’d like to enjoy the greens as a side dish, you can continue to simmer them until they are tender and delicious.

Sautéed beet greens are not only tasty but also nutritious. They are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals like iron and potassium. Plus, they are low in calories, making them a healthy addition to any meal.

So, the next time you buy beetroots, don’t forget to save the greens and give this easy recipe a try. You might just discover a new favorite dish!

Notes: Beet greens can be used in a variety of dishes, like salads, stir-fries, and smoothies. If you’re not sure how to eat them, a quick search on Google will provide you with plenty of tips, tricks, and recipes to try. Just be sure to verify that you are a human and not a robot, as some websites require this step for security purposes.

Ingredients for Sautéed Beet Greens


– Beet greens (from any beetroot)

– 1 tablespoon olive oil

– 1 clove garlic, minced

– 1 shallot, chopped

– 1 leek, chopped

– Zest of 1 lemon

– 1 teaspoon dill, chopped

– Salt and pepper to taste


1. Start by separating the beet greens from the stalks. You can use any beetroot greens for this recipe.

2. Rinse the greens thoroughly to remove any dirt or grit.

3. Chop the greens into bite-sized pieces.

4. Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.

5. Add the minced garlic, chopped shallot, and leek to the skillet. Sauté until they start to soften.

6. Add the chopped beet greens to the skillet, along with the lemon zest and dill.

7. Sauté the greens, stirring occasionally, until they wilt and become tender. This should take about 4-5 minutes.

8. Season the greens with salt and pepper to taste.

9. Serve the sautéed beet greens as a side dish or toss them with cooked beans or pasta to make a main course.

10. Enjoy!


– Beet greens are not only delicious but also highly nutritious. They are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as iron and antioxidants.

– Don’t waste the stalks of the beet greens! They can be used in soups or stir-fries.

– If you like a more citrusy taste, squeeze some fresh lemon juice over the sautéed greens before serving.

– This recipe is vegan-friendly.

– The sautéed beet greens can be served as a side dish, or you can use them as a topping for toast, dip them in your favorite sauce, or add them to salads.

– If you have too many beet greens to use at once, you can preserve them by blanching and freezing them for later use.

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– Enjoy this easy and tasty dish!

How To Make Sautéed Green Beans

Sautéed green beans are a wonderful and easy side dish to serve with any meal. Not only do green beans taste great, but they also offer numerous health benefits. This recipe helps preserve the health benefits of green beans while making them even more delicious.


  • A pound of green beans, washed and trimmed
  • A handful of fresh dill leaves, chopped
  • 1 shallot, finely chopped
  • 1 leek, sliced
  • Zest of one lemon
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Start by heating the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.
  2. Add the chopped shallot and sliced leek to the skillet, and stir them until they become translucent.
  3. Toss in the green beans and sauté them until they are tender, stirring occasionally. This process usually takes about 10-12 minutes.
  4. Once the green beans are cooked, add the chopped dill leaves and lemon zest. Stir well to combine the flavors.
  5. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Remove from heat and serve immediately.

These sautéed green beans can be served as a side dish or used as an ingredient in other recipes. They can be enjoyed hot or cold, making them versatile for different meals.

If you like, you can add a vegan dip or sauce as a healthy accompaniment. These sautéed green beans go well with a beetroot dip, for example. To make the beetroot dip, you will need boiled beetroots, apple juice, olive oil, and salt. Simply blend these ingredients together in a food processor until smooth. This dip is not only tasty, but it also offers the health benefits of beetroot and apple.


  • When buying green beans, choose ones that are bright green and crisp. Avoid any beans that are discolored or mushy.
  • Green beans can be stored in the refrigerator for up to five days. Keep them in a plastic bag to help preserve their freshness.
  • Before cooking, wash and trim the beans by snapping off the ends.
  • If you want to save time, you can prep the green beans ahead of time by washing and trimming them the day before.
  • Green bean stalks and leaves are not poisonous, so you don’t have to waste them. They can be juiced or used in soups and stir-fry recipes.

By following this recipe, you can make a delicious and nutritious dish using green beans as the star ingredient. So go ahead and start sautéing those green beans!

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What do you serve them with

Beetroot can be a versatile ingredient that can be used in various ways. Here are some ideas on what to serve beetroot with:

1. Beetroot Dip: A popular dish made from pureed beetroot, also juiced into those once used beet notes. It is a great dip to serve with chips, crackers, or raw veggies.
2. Beetroot Salad: A refreshing salad that combines the earthy taste of beets with other ingredients like apple, greens, dill, and lemon zest. Serve it as a side dish or as a light meal.
3. Roasted Beetroot: Roasting beets can bring out their natural sweetness and give them a wonderful texture. Serve them as a side dish or toss them into salads or grain bowls.
4. Beetroot Soup: A hearty and tasty soup made with beetroots as the main ingredient. You can add other ingredients like beans or green leafy vegetables to make it more filling.
5. Sautéed Beet Greens: Don’t waste the beet greens! Saute them with garlic and olive oil for a quick and nutritious side dish.

These are just a few ideas on how to serve beetroot. Feel free to get creative and experiment with different flavors and ingredients. Enjoy!

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Dr Heidi Parkes

By Dr Heidi Parkes

Senior Information Extension Officer QLD Dept of Agriculture & Fisheries.