There are some sprouts that are just too tender to cook. Here are a few ideas for incorporating these tender, delicious, gorgeous, nutritious items into your diet.

Sprouts:

Leafy Sprouts
Alfalfa, Clover and our uniquely amazing mixes - like French Garden.

Brassica Sprouts
Broccoli, Cabbage, Radish, etc.

Micro Greens
Arugula, Cress, Bruno's Indoor Garden, etc.

Greens
Sunflower, Buckwheat Lettuce, Nalo Greens, etc.

Quesadillas, Tacos and other "Mexican" foods

Ingredients:

  • corn, peanut or vegetable oil
  • tortillas
  • cheese - grated
  • onion, peppers, etc. - chopped fine
  • Sprouts
  • cilantro, hot sauce, sour cream and whatever

 

Preparation:

  • Heat oil in a pan.
  • Place tortilla in pan, add cheese and veges - cook until cheese melts and tortilla is crispy.
  • Remove from pan - add Greenie Sprouts, sour cream, hot sauce or whatever. Fold and eat.

 

Variations:

  • Use Taco shells and fill them with your choice of ingredients.
  • Top Tostadas or fill a Burrito with a pile of sprouts.
  • The more sprouts the better!

 

Sandwich

Ingredients:

  • Bread: Sliced, Bagel, Croissant, etc.
  • Filling: Sprouts
  • You may also add cheese, tuna, egg salad, tempeh, grilled tofu, peanut butter, hamburger, and/or anything else you like.

 

Preparation:

  • Build it and eat.

 

Variations:

  • If grilling/frying, add the sprouts after cooking.
  • The more sprouts the better!

 

Other ways to use Sprouts:

  • Pizza topping - after baking.
  • Make a Sprout Salad or add some Sprouts to a veggie salad.
  • Garnish any plate of anything.

 

Notes:

  • Perhaps the most beautiful of these sprouts is Radish
  • The most potent flavor is likely Mustard
  • The most unique flavor is Arugula or Cress
  • The most popular are French Garden and Broccoli
  • Eat More Sprouts!