These Pickled Beets are ready to enjoy
These pickled vegetables are flavored with 100% natural ingredients.
Serve these beets on charcuterie boards and cheese platters.
Philip F. Bryant began preserving foods in Arkansas in 1947. Today, you can count on Bryant’s Old South to provide you with traditional Southern favorites, like pickled beets. This sweet root is an ideal side dish for salads, grilled pork chops, and a variety of other savory recipes. These tangy beets also make a great addition to gift baskets for birthdays, holidays, and any other celebrations.
Bryant's Old South pickled beets recipe consists of fresh red beets marinated in vinegar, water, salt, and sugar. These pickled vegetables are ready to eat cold or at room temperature. Try them on a charcuterie platter with fresh fruit, artisan crackers, and dry-cured meats like salami and prosciutto. Or enjoy these beets on a cheese board with a bottle of red or white wine.
You can also use the leftover pickling liquid and beet juice as part of salad dressings and marinades. Add mustard seed, fresh dill, red pepper flakes, and olive oil for a flavorful pasta salad dressing.
Beets, water, sugar, vinegar, salt, natural flavor
Product of USA