Beetroot & Burrata Tartare

If you’re a fan of Bradley Cooper you would love this recipe! My husband knows that I’m a big fan of him and also I love to cook. So when I watched his film BURNT on Netflix and I was keen to visit Roux at the Landau in London.

We went to this restaurant and I ate an amazing starter of beetroot and burrata tartare, I did my research about alpha-lipoic acid which is an antioxidant found in beets that helps reduce the nerve damage that can occur in diabetes patients.

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So I will do my best in order to give you a healthy version of this recipe, also this could be a new option for dinner or lunch and another way to increase the intake of beets in your daily diet.

BEETROOT & BURRATA TARTARE – Special for People with Diabetes

You will need 4 beets cooked and skin peeled, 2 pickles washed and diced, 1 tablespoon of mustard, 1/2 red onion finely chopped, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1 egg, 1 burrata cheese, a pinch of nutmeg, a pinch of freshly ground black pepper, a pinch of cayenne pepper, 1 tablespoon of greek yogourt and a small  bunch of coriander finely chopped.

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Before placing all the ingredients in a bowl except the burrata cheese, make sure that the ingredients are finely chopped. Add the egg and the greek yogourt that would give a smooth texture to the tartare.

Leave to marinate for about 30 minutes, don’t forget to stir frequently. Serve the tartare on a plate and place on top the burrata cheese, add olive oil and a pinch of freshly black ground pepper.

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