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Shortrib November 2, 2020
This was good, even without the turnip. I made a small batch, and used one pan. I just added the carrots to the roasting peeled/ sliced beets after 30 mins and roasted together for another 30 mins. The harissa and lime contrast really well with the sweetness of the veggies. (Otherwise, I'm not keen on roasted carrots, bc of the sweetness.) Easy, different and delicious! Served it with roast chicken and celeriac puree also from this site.
kettlehill March 1, 2020
I'm violating my own rule by reviewing a recipe that I didn't follow as written... however, the harrisa/lime juice seemed to sharp so I added a couple of tbsps of honey. Result was very good.
Cheryl November 7, 2016
Enjoyed this very much. This is my first time using harissa. My beets took much longer to cook. I'm not sure that adding the garlic and herbs to the beets did anything to flavor them--so I took a couple of the roasted garlic cloves and squeezed them into the harissa/lime sauce. I might add more carrots next time. Thank you!
judy October 6, 2016
I would do this but quarter the beets and cook them along with the turnips and carrots together. Save time and energy by roasting all together. The flavors sound lovely. I am just beginning to use harissa, so I am delighted to find a vegetable dish featuring this spice blend.
CatalunaLilith September 23, 2016
how much is "a bunch" (of beets, carrots, turnips) supposed to be, be weight or by volume?
Sara J. September 23, 2016
i use "bunch" as thats the way the produce is usually sold at the grocery store or farmers market. This is a pretty flexible recipe so I wouldnt worry to much about it. i figure a bunch is about 5 beets, 6-7 small turnips and 6-7 carrots
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