Facts & Quick Tips




Beets
Three Layer Beet Cupcake

Did you know that red beets get their color from a pigment called "betalain"? Or that beets are antioxidant rich? Research has shown that antioxidants may help maintain a healthy heart, good vision and a healthy immunity, and also may reduce cancer risks. In addition, beets deliver fiber, potassium, and folate. Furthermore, all varieties of Aunt Nellie’s jarred beets are cholesterol-free and contain no saturated fat.

Quick Tips About Beets


Red Cabbage
Red Cabbage & Sausage Skillet

Did you know that sweet and sour red cabbage is a traditional German dish? This favorite German comfort food has become a popular mainstay in many American kitchens.

Quick Tip About Red Cabbage

Aunt Nellie's Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage is an ideal springboard for a variety of skillet dishes. For example, simply cook re-skinned potatoes, smoked sausage, and onion in a large skillet. Stir in the cabbage and liquid; heat and serve! It makes an easy and delicious weeknight entrée.






Traditional Creamed Onions
Onions

The seeds to grow Aunt Nellie’s Whole Holland-Style Onions were originally imported from Holland but are now grown in North America!

Quick Tip About Onions

Aunt Nellie’s Whole Holland-Style Onions are perfect for holiday and entertaining specialty creamed onions. Add drained onions to the rich cream sauce and bake.





3-Bean Salad
Bean Salad Stuffed Tomatoes

Aunt Nellie’s glass-packed veggies, including 3-Bean Salad, have a longer shelf life and are typically less expensive than many other prepared salad options.

Quick Tip About 3-Bean Salad

Use leftover liquid from Aunt Nellie’s 3-Bean Salad to make a light and easy salad dressing. Simply whisk together bean liquid and lemon juice, then whisk in olive oil and add a pinch of pepper.