This easy Badger Flame Beet Carpaccio is a plant-based appetizer that is simply stunning. Additionally, it only takes only 10 minutes or less to prepare with merely 5 ingredients. This simple vegan recipe allows the mild and delicious badger flame beet to shine!
What is a Badger Flame Beet?
A Badger Flame Beet is a mild yellow striped beet that was cross-bred in Wisconsin and is now becoming more and more readily available. We received ours through a CSA box from a local farm but keep your eyes open for them to pop up at local farmers markets.
However, if you can’t track down Badger Flame Beets, you can also use either red or golden beets as well for this healthy raw vegan carpaccio.
The trick to creating a vegan version of beef carpaccio is the extra thinly sliced raw beet. We used a mandoline but they can also be sliced by hand, it’s just a little more difficult to create a uniform thickness.
Then, after your beet has been sliced, simply layer the pieces on a serving plate or on individual place settings. Next, garnish with fresh microgreens, raw pepitas (pumpkin seeds), sea salt, and a light drizzle of balsamic vinegar. That’s it!
Did we say this Badger Flame Beet Carpaccio was easy?! If you have a mandoline, it can honesly be ready in 5 minutes. Woo hoo!
It’s Time for… Badger Flame Beet Carpaccio!
Quick, beautiful, and DELICIOUS! All-in-all, this simple Carpaccio is a healthy plant-based appetizer that everyone will enjoy regardless of food preferences or diets. Enjoy!
This easy vegan appetizer is ready in 5 minutes! The beautiful and mild Badger Flame Beets are topped with fresh greens, pepitas, sea salt, and balsamic vinegar. So healthy and delicious!
- 1 Badger Flame Beet (Sliced Very Thin)
- ½ Cup Microgreens
- 1 Tbsp. Pepitas
- 1 tsp. Balsamic Vinegar
- A dash of Sea Salt
- Wash the fresh produce very well. Trim the stem off the beet.
- Using a mandoline or a very sharp knife, slice the beet paper thin. (We highly recommend a mandoline if you have one!)
- Arrange the sliced beet onto a serving plate and top with pepitas, microgreens and sea salt.
- Drizzle lightly with balsamic vinegar.
- Serve and enjoy!!!
- Leftovers can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.
- If you have extra sliced raw beet, it can also be enjoyed on a salad or on top of a grain bowl.
- Additionally, if you want to add a little something extra this recipe for vegan fresh mozzarella will take this dish to a whole new level!
Keywords: Raw Vegan Badger Flame Beet Carpaccio