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    smoky roast beets

    about once a year, in the fall, while I have the smoker going...I'll put a few Beets in there to get a bit of smoke on them, then finish them in the oven in a covered pan. They are pretty good while warm, but they are Great as a cold side dish the next day...sliced fairly thin with a slight drizzle of olive oil and maybe put a fresh basil leaf on top of each slice.

    I add NO salt or pepper.
    just the flavor combination of the sweet beet and that smokiness on the skin (yes I leave the skins on).

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    Bout how long do you leave em in the smoker Jonb . I remember you mentioning this in a previous thread .
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    Beets, the only vegetable I don't like.
    I grow them because SWMBO loves them. I will have to tell her about this way to cook them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boaz View Post
    Bout how long do you leave em in the smoker Jonb . I remember you mentioning this in a previous thread .
    About 20 minutes in the smoke...depending on how the smoke is rollin.
    The few I did yesterday were large, and took 2 hours in the oven at 350º to finish them...just check tenderness with a fork.

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    Hmmm smoke them just enough to slip the skins off then make pickled beets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB_in_Glencoe View Post
    about once a year, in the fall, while I have the smoker going...I'll put a few Beets in there to get a bit of smoke on them, then finish them in the oven in a covered pan. They are pretty good while warm, but they are Great as a cold side dish the next day...sliced fairly thin with a slight drizzle of olive oil and maybe put a fresh basil leaf on top of each slice.

    I add NO salt or pepper.
    just the flavor combination of the sweet beet and that smokiness on the skin (yes I leave the skins on).
    Sounds delicious

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    I am gearing up to smoke some sausage here soon so am going to have to try this. Thank you Jon B!! JW

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