Spiced Beetroot Jelly with Sprouts and Sour Cream Dressing

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Jellied beetroot with sprouts is a super tasty, refreshing appetizer that would lifts up your mood, whet your appetite and makes you feel good. The fun combination of beetroot and sprouts with a creamy horseradish sour cream dressing that's a cinch to make and perks up any dish.
Beetroot is delicious and is a rich source of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. If you love this humble root vegetable, you can't go wrong with this. Sprouts (I am using alfalfa and radish sprouts) are also a nutrient-dense food. One cup of alfalfa sprouts has a mere 8 calories and is a good source of vitamin K. In a nutshell, this dish is a nutritional powerhouse!

Sour Cream Dressing
  • 6 sheet Leaf gelatin
  • 1 Shallot
  • 300 g Beetroot
  • 150 ml Vegetable broth
  • Salt and pepper
  • Pinch of allspice
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • 2 tbsp Blackcurrant jelly
  • 3 tbsp Dry white wine (or beetroot juice)
  • Sprouts
  • Fresh herbs
  • 200 ml Sour cream
  • 50 ml Plain Joghurt
  • 2 tsp Dill, chopped
  • 1 tsp Horseradish cream
  • Sea salt
  • White pepper
  • Lemon juice
  1. Soak the leaf gelatin in a bowl of cold water for 10 minutes or until soft. Meanwhile peel and finely dice the shallot and beetroot. Place them in a saucepan with vegetable broth. Cook for about 20 minutes until softened. Use an immersion blender to process until smooth. Season the puree with salt, pepper, allspice, nutmeg and blackcurrant jelly.
  2. Warm up the white wine or beetroot juice in your microwave. Remove the softened gelatin from bowl and squeeze out excess water. Dissolve the gelatin in the wine or beet juice. Now add this to the beetroot puree and mix until well combined.
  3. Divide the mixture into 6 silicone muffin cups and chill at least 5 hours or overnight until firm.
  4. Whisk together sour cream and yoghurt together. Add in dill and horseradish cream. Season with salt, pepper and lemon juice.
  5. Turn out the jelly onto serving plates. Drizzle sour cream dressing over and serve with some sprouts and fresh herbs.
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25 comments:

Iwona 15/9/20 06:55

I would like to try it :)

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Anca 15/9/20 08:49

These look delicious. I would use agar agar instead of gelatin, of course, but with the same yummy spices.

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Jyoti 15/9/20 09:09

I would love to try it! Looks so delicious.
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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 15/9/20 09:29

These look so cool and I like how you decorate them.

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Nancy Chan 15/9/20 09:56

I am interested to try because the jelly looks so delicious.

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 15/9/20 12:46

I love that this is a jelly it must be so naturally sweet beets are a favorite of mine

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Debra Eliotseats 15/9/20 13:48

This is like so retro and so modern at the same time. I would have never thought of this, Angie. True power food combo here.

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Kitchen Riffs 15/9/20 16:24

I've never had beetroot jelly! What a fun idea! Love the color of it, too. This is so creative -- thanks so much.

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Dorey ♥ 15/9/20 16:49

looks delicious!
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Let's Curry 15/9/20 17:36

Angie,
I learn so much from your blog. Love the look of these beetroot and sprouts together. such a feast appetiser. Thanks

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Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 16/9/20 03:04

Looks yummy. It would be something I would love to try.

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mjskit 16/9/20 03:08

Another very interesting recipe Angie! Of course as always, they are beautiful little appetizers, and I'm sure they are as good as they look. Love the Horseradish sour cream topping. What a combination.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 16/9/20 05:43

This sort of kind of reminds me of jellied borscht. My father would have loved it!

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Natalia 16/9/20 12:44

That is incredible! These kind of savory jellos are very popular in Poland, usually with meat inside. This beetroot version looks amazing!

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Pam 16/9/20 18:51

Fun & interesting way to use beetroot. They look pretty & tasty.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 16/9/20 21:11

Such a clever and delicious idea! The seasonings and addition of black currant jelly sound wonderful. They're so cute too :)

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savorthebest 17/9/20 02:55

What a fun appetizer Angie. This looks delicous

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Savor the Best-Pat 17/9/20 04:20

Ohhh, these look cute and fancy! I bet they taste absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

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Raymund 18/9/20 00:16

Now this is something new to me. Never made beetroot this way and you made it quite exciting to eat them

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Julie 21/9/20 12:53

wow !!the vibrant crimson color jellies are so tempting.

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Evi @ greenevi 21/9/20 16:03

This is such a cool idea, Angie! I bet it could also work with agar agar for a veggie version :)

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Suja Manoj 21/9/20 20:16

This is the cutest way to include beets,looks so yum

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foodtravelandwine 23/9/20 19:53

I love the idea!....I never tried it before....yummy!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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tigerfish 23/9/20 23:18

Jelly can be super antioxidant too, with beet root!

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Noob Cook 8/10/20 10:04

A superfood jelly ... they look inviting.

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