Microgreens are young vegetable shoots, rich in nutrients. Small in size, they are packed with flavor, vivid colors, crisp texture, and plentiful nutrients. In general, microgreens contain greater amounts of nutrients and health-promoting micronutrients than their mature counterparts.
Asian Cabbage (aka Micro Bok Choi, micro Cabbage), is the microgreen version of a tender Asian Cabbage that is becoming more and more popular in fine dining restaurants.
This Chef favorite is easily identifiable from the vibrant purple stems and dark green leaves.
Serving Suggestions: Stir fry with seafood or chicken, chopped topping for seafood, extra pop of nutrients to green smoothies and protein shakes, veggie wraps, or colorful garnish to any meal.
Full of flavor, broccoli microgreens have a fresh. mild taste similar to fully grown broccoli vegetables, combined with the crispness of cabbage. The thin, delicate stems range in color from pale lilac to light green and pale yellow.
Serving Suggestions: Stir fry with read meat, burger toppings, chopped topping for fish, baked potato, grilled cheese sandwiches, and veggie wraps. Garnish for soup such as broccoli, tomato, or any creamy soup.
Daikon Radish is a large green leaf crop with intense spicy radish flavor that adds a pleasant peppery bite, raw or cooked.
Serving Suggestions: Spicy topping for any salad, extra crunch to microgreen salads, add as a spicy boost to green smoothies or protein shakes, burger toppings, garnish for Bloody Mary cocktails, also pairs well with turkey, spicy garnish for potatoes, spicy omelet, eggs benedict, quiche, and other egg dishes.
Mild mix blend of microgreens including Asian cabbage, broccoli, and kohlrabi.
Serving Suggestions: Stir fry or garnish for any meal.
Sugar peas have long crunchy stems with medium sized dark green delicate leaves that are slightly sweet. Chopped sugar peas are also a slightly sweet alternative for parsley in dishes or as a garnish.
Serving Suggestions: California rolls and other sushi rolls & wraps, pasta topping, garnish for pizza, and garnish for broth based soups like chicken noodle soup.
The sturdy dark green stems and leaves give sunflowers extra crunch with a slightly nutty finish, similar to sunflower seeds.
Serving Suggestions: Cobb or Caeser salad, stir fry, quinoa salad, Thai salads, and an extra boost of crunch to green salads. Pairs well with cream cheese and other soft, spreadable cheeses.
A colorful blend of red and green mustard greens, tasty purple radish, and a tiny portion of Asian cabbage give the spicy mix a tangy blend of bright, bold flavors to add a peppery kick of flavor to any dish. This small leaf blend is colorful and tangy.
Serving Suggestions: Spicy topping for any salad, add as a spicy boost to green smoothies or protein shakes, garnish for Bloody Mary cocktails, also pairs well with turkey, spicy garnish for burgers, potatoes, quiche, and other egg dishes.