How do you use microgreens? Microgreens are not only very nutritious but very easy to use! Here are some great examples of how to use microgreens in your everyday meals.
French toast topped with pea shoots and red rock cabbage microgreens.
A great addition to this popular comfort food is red garnet mustard microgreens.
Pulled pork and mashed sweet potatoes are especially delicious when leek microgreens are added.
Our flavor-packed Burrito Blend is the perfect mix for this popular Mexican dish. Just add meat, cheese, and our Burrito blend to a tortilla and top with sour cream to make it just right.
Fresh, sushi-grade salmon or tuna steak topped with Japanese rice, and wasabi mustard microgreens. Another great addition is to add our mild mix microgreen blend.
Lamb and Quinoa Salad
This delicious braised lamb shank is topped with our colorful, yet flavor-packed swiss chard microgreens.
Ramen Noodle Soup
This traditional soup is spiced up with poached eggs, and a mix of spicy microgreens.
Pho soups serving suggestions
Add some Red garnet mustard and arugula microgreens to add great flavor and nutrients to your burgers; beef, chicken, or even veggie burgers!
It’s just snacking done right! Adding microgreens like Spicy Mustard, Cantaloupe, Arugula, and/or Pac Choi (Chinese cabbage) to your cheese and meat boards will change your way of appetizers!
Charcuterie serving suggestions
We bet you didn’t think crab cakes could get any better! With just a heap of leek microgreens added, you could really ramp up all of those ideal flavors.