Many people are still not sure on how to use microgreens effectively. Sandwiches made with microgreens can be heavy and fat laden. Microgreens add a punch of freshness and flavor, packing a powerful punch of crispiness and even though nutrients are left untouched by the sandwich maker, these are excellent sources for fiber.
For stir fries, another great use for microgreens is in garnishes. Microgreens are known for their ability to retain nutrients and can easily replace regular garnishes like cheese and meats. Applying microgreens to stir fries helps to preserve nutrients and adds a healthy touch. In addition, microgreens are a great source of fiber, helping with constipation as well. If you have been suffering from chronic constipation, using microgreens as a garnish or even as a salad dressing is a guaranteed way to get your body back into tip top shape.
Adding salad bars to your table can help you create interesting and tasty salads all year long. A salad bar will quickly add variety to your menu and many people enjoy having salads at any meal time. However, many salad bars are offering microgreen varieties that are not only good tasting, but have additional health benefits to them. Choosing how you would like to use microgreens for your salad will help you decide which varieties to include.
Radishes are a great way to make a tasty salad all year long. You can slice the radishes into thin strips and allow them to be steamed. This can make an awesome salad that is full of color. How to use microgreens for your steamed radish is up to you, but either way the greens will be cooked and radiate with color making your salad a tasty treat.
Fruits are always a great addition to any salad. Most fruits are good if they are chopped up and placed on top of the plate. However, there are some dishes where a little bit of dressing is needed to up the flavor. Try serving an avocado garnish with your favorite tuna salad. How to use microgreens for a tuna wrap is up to you, but using radishes and avocados are two great ways to incorporate them into your next meal.
If you are having trouble choosing just one type of leafy green, you may want to try the carrot. Carrots are low in calories and great for any salad. You can use a microgarden to add more of these microgreens if you like, but they will only be eaten while the vegetable is on the vine. Microgreens do well in salads, as long as they are chopped and serve as a garnish. You can season to taste or simply leave it the natural flavor of the green. A few sprigs of Rosemary on top will give it a great herbal flavor.
There are other great uses for microgreens besides just as garnishes or in salads. You can use these tiny greens to top your baked potatoes or to make small bread bites. They are so small that they will not take much extra time and effort in preparing.
If you are looking for a new way to add color to your grocery store then check out the variety of ways you can use microgreen varieties. The great thing about these little plants is that you can grow them at home and have delicious produce delivered to your door. What better way to enjoy fresh summer produce than by making your own sandwiches? You may surprise some of your friends by taking up this hobby and sharing the flavors you create. The best way to find out how to use microgreens is to grow your own varieties and try them in recipes you create.