Monday, March 28, 2011

Beet, mango, tomato and red bell pepper juice

Enjoy the healthiest beet juice in town when it comes straight from your own garden or refrigerator via your juicer. This juice is simple and easy to prepare when you use the freshest possible fruits and vegetables.

Beet, mango, tomato and sweet red bell pepper juice


1 medium-sized beet root, washed, peeled
½ ripe mango
1 plum (Roma) tomato
½ sweet red bell pepper

Beet, tomato, mango and sweet red bell pepper


1. Wash all the fruit and vegetables.

2. Cut the beet root into small chunks. Put these chunks into the juicer and juice them.

3. Slice half of the mango away from its large seed, length-wise. Score the flesh into chunks, then cut them away from the skin using a sharp paring knife. Put these into the juicer and juice them.

4. Chunk the tomato, then juice it.

5. Slice the sweet red bell pepper in half length-wise. Discard the core and seeds. Chop the prepared portion into chunks. Juice them.

6. Decant the juice into a glass. Enjoy!


Barry said...

This sounds like an amazingly delicious and nutritional drink. I have been away for awhile, behaving like a child on Canada's East Coast. Not that the location makes any difference but it was good to take a break from the daily humdrum and the computer. I have new softwared myself into a psychiatric stupour. It is good to read your new posts. I am going to make some of your drinks during the summer. I still believe thes would be excellent in a thermos on a hike where electrolyte and energy replenishment is quite important. Keep up the great work. I don't want to miss you.

jara said...

Barry, I hope your East Coast get-away refreshed your life and reset your energy mode.

I do hope that you will hike-test the smoothies and juice recipes. I look forward to receiving your feedback.