Austin360Cooks: Cardamom Coffee Beet Salad from @whatjewwannaeat

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This Cardamom Coffee Beet Salad is from Austin blogger Amy Krizer, who writes about modern Jewish cooking at whatjewwannaeat.com.
This Cardamom Coffee Beet Salad is from Austin blogger Amy Krizer, who writes about modern Jewish cooking at whatjewwannaeat.com.

This Cardamom Coffee Beet Salad is from Austin blogger Amy Krizer, who writes about modern Jewish cooking at whatjewwannaeat.com.

Amy Krizer, the Austin writer behind the popular Jewish cooking blog whatjewwannaeat.com, is always coming up with new ways to keep old favorites fresh, and this week’s featured Austin360Cooks post is no different.

Krizer posted this Cardamom Coffee Beet Salad on her blog and Instagram (@whatjewwannaeat) last week, catching our eye with not only the surprising combination of ingredients but the bright, bold colors of the dish. She says the recipe, which you can find on her website, is easier to make than it sounds and utilizes beet greens, a part of the beet that is usually tossed in the compost.

You can share what you’re cooking at home in this series by adding the #Austin360Cooks hashtag to your posts on social media.

We gather them for a photo gallery at bit.ly/austin360cooks and pick our favorite each week to run in print.


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