| Susan's Onion Sprouts
A black seed with a pale yellow to bright green sprout with and a definite onion aroma.
Like their bigger brothers the onion, these sprouts are a natural antibiotic and can help kill a long list of diseases.
Onions can aid the reduction of blood sugar created by sugary foods and assist in keeping the blood in better shape to help fend off cardiovascular disease.
A good source of vitamin A, B group vitamins, iodine, phosphorous and potassium.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS :
Delicious as a milder , but still flavourful, alternative to onion, in all those dishes that require a little ‘ bite ’. Very tasty in cheese sandwiches and popped onto a cheese toasty.
Spinach and Susan Onion Sprouts
with Wasabi – 4 people (Japanese style)
500gms fresh spinach
125gms of Susan's Onion Sprouts
2 tblspn rice vinegar
2 tblspn sugar
1 tblspn soya sauce
½ tsp wasabi powder mixed to a paste with water
Cook the spinach 1 minute in a covered saucepan and drain well. Refresh under cold water and press in a sive to remove excess water. Combine the leaves with the sprouts and add the dressing. Toss lightly and serve in individual bowls.