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This number one selling product in our entire line of ninety plus products is a must try for everyone. Small beets, ready to be easily popped in to your mouth are processed in a vinegar/sweet brine. After you have eaten all of the beets, use the juice to make Lancaster County's famous Red Beet Eggs. We don't let anything go to waste around here! After letting the peeled hard cooked eggs sit in the juice for at least 24 hours, they can be removed and eaten as is or made in to Deviled Eggs.
Allergen Statement: Processed on equipment that also processes: Egg, Milk, Peanut, Soy, and Wheat.
Ingredients: Whole Beets (Water), Beet Juice, Sugar, Distilled Vinegar, Salt.
Processed on equipment that also processes: Crustacean Shellfish, Egg, Fish, Milk, Peanut, Soy, Tree Nuts, and Wheat.
Featured Recipe: Beet and Pineapple Confusion
A unique but scrumptious dessert sauce sure to cause conversation!
Melt butter in a saute pan, add brown sugar and continue to cook till it comes to 210 degrees then add pineapple, beets and ground cloves. Cook for approximately 4-5 minutes to have the caramel sauce coat the fruit. Serve over grilled pound cake or vanilla ice cream.
At Kitchen Kettle we refer to our jars using three standard sizes:
We are required to label our jars with the actual net weight of the contents, rather than the volume. You'll notice our Half Pint jars will vary between 8 ounces and 10 ounces in net weight; our Pint jars range from 16 ounces to 20 ounces in net weight; and our Quart jars weigh between 32 and 36 ounces.
Why do the net weighs vary? Although we use the same size jar, a jam made with chunks of fruit will weigh more than a jelly that's made with just the juice of a fruit.
If you have any questions about our jars sizes, we're happy to help! Give us a call at 800-717-6198 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Love Kitchen Kettle beats. The only beets I’ve ever had that taste like my late grandmother’s. I love them.
The BEST. Just like my mammaw’s
Best pickled beets ever.