|We love this easy recipe from our friends at Rick’s Picks, makers of some of the best pickled vegetables you can buy. Add Rick’s quality pickled vegetables to a sandwich or salad, as a garnish or the main part of an hors d’oeuvre. With their layers and layers of flavor (from the best spices—no added salt or sugar), and you’re guaranteed to impress.
The recipe uses Phat Beets, Rick’s Picks’ amazing pickled beets. If you pickle your own, great! But don’t use a plain sliced beet from the can without infusing more flavor.
Crostini With Pickled Beets & Goat Cheese
– Log of fresh goat cheese, softened
For the holidays, substitute dill sprigs for
|1. Make crostini by slicing a day-old baguette into 3/4″ rounds. Brush both sides lightly with olive oil and toast in 400°F degree oven for 7-10 minutes until crisp and golden. Cool completely.
2. Cut beets in half, or as needed, to fit atop the crostini rounds.
3. Spread a teaspoon of goat cheese on the crostini or cracker. Place a slice of beet on top.
3. Garnish and serve with a crisp white wine.
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