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TASTE • EDIBLE PARTS
Fenugreek sprouts have a delicious taste of curry.
The spicy flavor is strongest when the seeds have
only just sprouted. At that sprout state the flavors
are so powerful that you'll smell of curry yourself.
Because of this I always cultivate my fenugreek
sprouts untill the small plants have unfolded their first
set of leaves. At that time, they taste like fresh salad
with only a hint of fresh curry powder and there is no
body odour afterwards.
You can eat Fenugreek sprouts from the root tip to
leaftop. You can even use the soft, yellowish hulls in
stews, if you want more fiber in your dishes.
Vitamins A, C, B3, B6
Minerals Potassium, Iron, Calcium, Copper,
Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Manganese, Sodium
Protein 3% - because sprouts consists of 75% water
SIZE • APPEARANCE
Fenugreek sprouts are easy to grow in all sprouters.
Their thin seed hulls are so soft that you can eat them.
The sprouts grow up to 10 cm long without roots.
The roots are about the same length.
Fenugreek roots are long single roots. This means
they do not grow root hairs like Broccoli, Sunflower
Rape, Radish a.o.
Because of the slender roots Fenugreek form it is
easy to use these sprouts in dishes where aesthetics
The sprouts are always white in the root with yellowish
green stem and completely green top.
RECIPES WITH FENUGREEK
Fenugreek sprouts are easy to love, because they
are so versatile. You can either grind the small
sprouted seeds and mix them in dips, where you
want intense curry flavor.
Once the sprouts are long and have grown leaves
they do not carry the curry flavor in a course by them
selves. But who says you are not allowed to use curry
as well to achieve the perfect spice balance?!
In this case Fenugreek sprouts can be used
as an elegant addition to all curry dishes.
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