do I peel beets before or after cooking?
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- deniseLv 72 months ago
Well, I've boiled them and then their easier to peel [wearing gloves] to be used in salads or pickling.
If roasting them, just 'top + tail' them, wipe them with kitchen paper, cut into wedges, roast on a oiled sheet pan, adding your choice of seasonings / herbs.
- IvaBLv 52 months ago
Peel after cooking,and they're cool enough to handle safely.
- SharonLv 72 months ago
After, because the skins will peel right off.
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- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
Usually easier After cooking, but either one will do.
- Anonymous2 months ago
If I'm boiling of steaming them I always do it afterwards by grabbing them one at a time when barely cool enough to handle and running them under the cold tap over a sieve. The skin rubs right off. Sometimes the beet shoots out leaving you holding a jacket of peel!
- ckngbbblsLv 72 months ago
easier after cooking but you can peel them when ever YOU want to.