How to Use Microgreens at Home?


12 Nov
12Nov

If you're lucky, you may be able to find microgreens in specialty grocery stores. 

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But be warned, they're probably quite expensive. Some of the more common varieties include arugula, beet greens, basil, chard, carrot, cress, amaranth, spinach, and mustard. They have stronger flavors so only a little is needed to perk up your favorite dish. Choose microgreens that are fresh looking and store them in the refrigerator. Remember, they won't last long so use them up within a few days.

Microgreens can be used a number of different ways depending on the meal you are cooking. Use microgreens that have the colors and flavors that fit your taste buds. For example, arugula microgreens have a sharp pepper-like flavor. Beet microgreens have a bitter flavor but add a lovely reddish color to a dish. Carrot microgreens are slightly sweet and chard is both beautiful and has a milder flavor.

Add microgreens to a sandwich or wrap in place of regular lettuce. They can be used in place of, or in addition to, some of your favorite herbs, or you can make a salad with a cup or two of microgreens, some shredded carrots, chopped nuts, and a tangy vinaigrette. Microgreens can also be added to the top of a hot freshly baked pizza or roasted vegetables.

Serving microgreens alongside (or on top) of any dish is a great way to add a few more vitamins and minerals to your balanced diet. However, since they have so much flavor, only a small amount of microgreens are usually needed. A tiny microgreen salad may not replace a big healthy garden salad for fiber content and volume, but it still packs a nutritional punch

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