Onion Sprouts

Onion Sprouts

Onion Sprouts - the "Make it Fancy"

One of the most beautiful of the family: the Onion Sprout. Long delicate green pale stems capped with tiny black seeds. With their airy look, they will turn any dish into a fancy meal.

Profile: Mild and crisp.

How Do I Eat It?

Onion sprouts taste like... onions.
but a subtle, fresh, delicate, lightly sweet onion flavor. It is very easy to find the right match: they suit any food that would pair with onions.

Add them last minute to your dish, as they don't do well with heat. They are a perfect garnish for a salad, a wrap, on top of grilled meat, cooked vegetables, scrambled eggs etc.

Quick Recipe?

Sure! Here is one:
Make your pasta the way you like it, sprinkle onion sprouts on top.

Another one?
Prep any other dish the way you like it, sprinkle onion sprouts on top.

We told you they were easy to incorporate to anything.

How Do I Grow It?

Onion sprouts take their sweet time to grow, up to 2 weeks. Eh, there's no such thing as a free lunch. But good news: they are very easy to grow! And if you are in a hurry: you can actually try them earlier, each stage has its own taste!

  • Use 1-2 tbsp
  • Soak for 4-12 hours
  • Rince twice a day
  • Harvest in 10-13 days

How Good is it for Me?

Let's see... Vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, iron, vitamin A, vitamin D, B vitamins.
Perfectly nutrient-dense.

And cherry on the cake: you get to add that onion taste to your dish without going through the traditional crying stage.

Sounds very good to us!

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