Crimson clover sprouts have a delicate and delicious flavor and are also an excellent source of isoflavones, vitamins A, B, C, E and K, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, carotene, chlorophyll and amino acids.
- Vitamins A, B, C, E and K
- Amino acids
- Trace elements
Crimson clover SPROUTS: THE USES IN THE KITCHEN
There are many uses that can be made in the kitchen with Crimson clover sprouts. Among the first courses that can be prepared with Crimson clover sprouts is risotto; one of the tastiest and most particular, the recipe is very widespread in the Dolomites and is prepared especially in the summer period, given its lightness. Furthermore, it can be consumed to enrich salads, sandwiches or savory pies. In this way none of its beneficial properties will be lost.
Crimson clover sprouts are easy to grow and sprout quickly. They are generally ready to eat within a week of the first rinse. Sprouts can be grown at any time of the year.