RECIPES WITH SPROUTS

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 Recipes with sprouts
 

SPROUTS IN TEA, DRINKS, JUICE AND SMOOTHIES

Would you like your tea or drink to have a unique taste?
Maybe you seek pure life force for your organic juice or smoothie?
I find Fennel sprouts and Corn leaves are good for tea and drinks,
because of their interesting taste of licorice.
 
In home made juice and smoothies I like to blend
Red clover, Alfalfa, Sunflower or Peas
because they are neutral or slightly sweet in flavor.


SPROUTS IN BREAD AND PORRIDGE

Would you like to bake your own Ezekel bread or
are you seeking to get extra filling warm porridge?
 
You can sprout all whole grains and pseudo grains like
Wheat, Rye, Quinoa or Amaranth, blend them and use
them in baked goods or porridge.
 
 

SPROUTS IN SALAD AND SANDWICH

Sprouts naturally find their way to your salad, sandwich,
wraps, bagles or sandwiches. To enhance the taste in
my dishes, I personally like to use:
 
Radish for crisp freshness
Fenugreek for curry flavor
Broccoli for round fullness
Lentils and mung beans for satiety
Mustard and cress for garnish
Rocket, Rape or Endive for bitterness
... only your imagination sets the limit
 

SPROUTS IN WARM DISHES

I love sprouts in warm dishes, when the wind is cold.
I find that in omelettes Radishes, Cress and Red lentils
are delicious as a garnish.
 
In warm soups I like to mix a good handful
of sprouts in there just before serving.
For this I prefer sturdy sprouts like Mung beans,
Lentils, Chickpeas, Peas or Sunflower.
 
 

SPROUTS IN HOT DISHES

Sprouts have long been used in India and inthe East
in delicious spicy wok dishes. In these dishes
Fenugreek sprouts are really good.
 
In oven dishes and stews, I use only thick sprouts such
as Mung beans, Red lentils, Green lentils, Chickpeas
and Peas. To keep them crisp and beautiful I always
add them shortly before serving.
 
 

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