Beetroot Greens With Beetroot And Potato

Beetroot greens with beetroot, potato and green peas.
Packed with healthy nutrients and delicious no onion garlic stir fry with popular superfood beetroot and beetroot greens.

Recipe is very easy and simple. You don’t need spices to make this delicious stir fry. Nigella seed or kalonji, green chilli and ginger with tomato, green peas, potato, cilantro and a dash of lemon juice will make this stir fry flavorful and delicious.

Finely chopped tender beetroot stems were used with leaves. Every part of beetroot is nutritious so don’t discard anything. You can simply throw beetroot peels under your plants or make compost to grow plants. Vegetable and fruit peels are great to fertilize the plants.
And don’t peel the potato. Rinse well and use. Potato peels are also nutritious.
They contain good amounts of fiber and nutrients, plus they are very satiating and versatile. … Many nutrients are contained in the peel of the potato, so consuming both the skin and flesh maximizes the amount of fiber, vitamins and minerals in each serving. Selecting a healthy cooking method is also important. Source

Packed with essential nutrients, beetroots are a great source of fiber, folate (vitamin B9), manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. Beetroots and beetroot juice have been associated with numerous health benefits, including improved blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increased exercise performance. Source

You may like some more beetroot recipes on this blog.

1. Gluten free beetroot buns

2. Beetroot dip

3. Vegan beetroot smoothie

4. Beetroot dal or lentil curry

5. Beetroot shot

6. Dairy free sugar free beetroot smoothie

7. Beetroot rice and raita

8. Black rice oats and beetroot pancakes

9. Beetroot appe

10. Beetroot cutlets

No Fat or Cholesterol: Beet greens are nutritious as they are rich in Vitamin K, copper, manganese, iron and calcium, but they are great for maintaining a healthy weight, as they contain zero saturated fat and cholesterol.
Moreover, beetroot boosts heart health by regulating blood pressure and improving blood flow. Source

Already shared one more beetroot greens recipe Beetroot green with peas and corn.

This week our 235 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Best From Waste suggested by Archana who blog at The Mad Scientist Kitchen.
Archana is a very talented blogger. Do visit her space for different types of delicious and innovative recipes. Like chocolate pie, Caramel apple plum mini pizza etc.
I have recently bookmarked her honey cake to try.

Archana suggested to make something without wasting anything. So I am sharing this beetroot green stir fry with green peas and potato. I have used leaves and tender stems of beetroot. Every part of the beetroot is nutritious so why to discard anything. Use beetroot peels to make compost. Vegetable and fruit peels can be used to fertilize your plants. And you don’t need to peel the potato. Just wash well, chop and use.


Beetroot green – 5 bunch or leaves of 5 beetroot

Beetroot – 1

Nigella seed or kalonji – 1/2 teaspoon

Potato – 1

Tomato – 1, chopped

Salt to taste

Turmeric powder – 1/4 teaspoon

Sugar to taste

Green chilli – 2

Grated ginger – 1 teaspoon

Green peas – 1/2 cup

Cilantro or coriander leaves – 1 tablespoon

Lemon juice – 3 teaspoon

Mustard oil – 1 & 1/2 tablespoon


1. Wash the beetroot greens well and chop into small pieces. Finely chop the tender stems too.

2. Peel and grate 1 beetroot. Use the peel to make compost. Vegetable peels are great organic alternative to chemical fertilizer.

3. Rinse the potato well. Don’t peel. Thinly slice the potato.

4. Heat mustard oil in a pan. You can use olive oil or any oil instead of mustard oil. Add nigella seeds or kalonji.

5. Add sliced potato and fry for 2 minutes.

6. Add grated ginger, grated beetroot, chopped 1 green chilli and chopped tomato. Saute till tomato becomes soft and dried up.

7. Add chopped beetroot greens, chopped cilantro or coriander leaves, salt, turmeric powder and 1 – 2 slit green chilli. Mix well. Beetroot greens will release lots of water. Cover and cook on low heat 10 – 15 minutes or until dried up. Stir in between.

8. Remove the cover. Increase the heat and cook on high heat until dried up completely.

9. Add lemon juice. You can also add some more chopped cilantro or coriander leaves.

10. Mix well. Taste and adjust the seasoning. Add more salt and lemon juice if require.

11. Remove from heat. You can garnish with lemon wedges, ginger julienne and chopped cilantro.
Serve with steamed rice, roti, paratha or any bread.


1. Add more chopped green chilli if you want spicy. Or skip if you are making for kids.
2. Boiled sweet corn can be used with green peas.
3. You can also add few chopped garlic cloves with nigella seed.

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I am Sujata Roy. A homemaker, a doting mother to two beautiful grown up children, a blogger, a passionate cook and lastly a foodie. Experimenting in the kitchen is what I love and enjoy doing the most. Specially experimenting with vegetarian dishes and egg-less cakes and cookies is what interests me more. My loved ones are fond of vegetarian cuisines, so I have them in my mind whenever I dish out a new recipe. However, I do not limit my experimental cooking to vegetarian recipes only, non-vegetarian recipe ideas are also dished out. Thank you for visiting my blog. Happy Cooking!

21 thoughts on “Beetroot Greens With Beetroot And Potato”

  1. So nutritious and so the color is so appealing to eyes.. one of the best ways to use beetroot greens… next time whenever I get good greens with beetroot will surely try this one.

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  2. I wonder why the shop owners remove the beetroot greens. Here in farmers market we get it and I use to add it in dals or rotis. I would try this recipe next time.

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  3. Such a simple, wholesome and healthy dish with beetroot greens. it looks so inviting. I also love to use potatoes with skin and it taste so good. Next time when I get hold of fresh beetroot with green should try it out.

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  4. I love the recipe Sujata. You have beautifully used the greens and the stalks to make one awesome vegetable. I must thank you for the recipe but unfortunately, we do not get beet greens here. Maybe I should try it with turnip greens? What say you?

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    1. Thanks a lot Archana. Glad you liked the recipe. You may try with turnips but not sure about the taste. Never tried turnip green. Beetroot has a sweet taste and different flavor. Waiting for the result if you try turnip greens.


  5. That’s such a lovely recipe! The sabzi sounds so flavourful and inviting. 🙂 Love the use of beetroot greens here – sadly, I don’t have access to any, as much as I would love to use them. Also, glad to note you have used potatoes with peel in the sabzi. Great going!

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  6. Such a wonderful recipe Sujata. The only time I’ve seen beetroot greens is in Canada or UK where its mixed with other salad leaves. Next time I’m in Canada and there’s a farmers market, surely going to buy beets with greens to try out this healthy dish.

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