Barbabietole Rosse con Crema….

The calorie content of beetroot is very low, in fact, every 100 grams of edible flesh you have only 20 calories made

Beetroot is composed of about 90% water, protein, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals such as sodium, potassium, iron, calcium and phosphorus.
Among the vitamins we include vitamin B1, B2, B3, traces of vitamin A and vitamin C in the last.

The characteristic red color of the roots of this beet is due to the presence of a real natural colorant, the E 162, which is used in the food industry to improve the appearance of other foods.
Beetroot is also rich in sugars and why diabetics need to pay attention to how and at doses which consume

Ingredients:

  1. Cauliflower
  2. Rodebeets
  3. egg
  4. Parmesan cheese
  5. Salt & Peper
  6. Lemon(half)
  7. Oil extra vergine

I cleaned the beetroot, and I did  boil until with fork you are able to pierce easily.
Removed from the water and leave them to cool, then cuts them in the form of a ring, preferably a thickness of not big.

The same thing I did with cauliflower, left to boil, and at the right time (with a fork) I removed from the water and let cool.

I chopped cauliflower, and put in a blender, and I shake with the parmesan salt and pepper and an egg, order to obtain a thick cream

At the end I served with a sauce made ​​with lemon (half) and three parts oil,

I mixed everything with salt and pepper and I served over the beets.

In the end I used a bit of creativity … They can serve both hot (naturally warms the beets separately and the cream

of cauliflower also separately) or cold and are also good.

Picts made by FotoMaskaGrafia

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