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From the SCCC Kitchen

Roasted beets in cider glaze a sweet way to greet new year

SCCC instructor Michael Stamets roasts baby golden beets, then covers them in a glaze made from apple cider.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
SCCC instructor Michael Stamets roasts baby golden beets, then covers them in a glaze made from apple cider.
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“From the SCCC Kitchen” offers tastes from Schenectady County Community College’s culinary arts program. Today, instructor Michael Stamets starts the new year with a roast — Roasted Baby Golden Beets in an Apple Cider Glaze. ’Tis the season for apples and beets. That’s how Michael Stamets greets winter and the new year. His golden beets get heat and then get sweet in a brief cooking process. “We take apple cider and reduce it down by ...


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