- n. Plural form of beetroot.
“called "beetroots" in the British Isles is a garnet red.”
“Place pouch on an oven tray and bake in a pre-heated oven for 45 minutes or until a knife slices easily into the beetroots.”
“Once the beetroots are cooked, allow to cool then peel off the skins and slice in half.”
“It was not until the ancient Romans came along that beetroots themselves were cultivated for food.”
“Just use your preferred meat, together with some of the seasons best root vegetables and top with a fried egg and some beetroots - a rustic dish, but still quite elegant!”
“Cut the cooked beetroots into thick segments, six or eight per beet, then add to the dressing.”
“Remove the leaves and their stalks from the beetroots.”
“So after much whining I saw two beetroots find way to our home.”
“Divide the beetroots between four plates and flake the mackerel over the top.”
“The beetroots are cooked when a knife slips easily into the flesh.”
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