Sprouts are amazing, compact nutritional powerhouses, and our collection of sprouts recipes help you utilize in your day to day cooking. Sprouting at home is as easy as wetting some seeds and waiting, but good recipes with sprouts can be a little hard to come by. When you're tired of just putting sprouts on your sandwich, check out our favorite sprout recipes.
Rejuvelac is a fermented drink made from sprouted wheat berries. The fermentation extracts most of the nutrients from the berries for a delicious, fresh tasting drink. The leftover berries don’t have much nutritional value but you can place them in compost to feed your garden.
Broccoli sprouts are touted as possibly the most beneficial of all salad sprouts. Leaving them raw and combining them with familiar flavors of Tex-Mex cooking makes them not only palatable but absolutely delicious.
If traditional hummus isn't your style, try this light and tasty variation made with bean sprouts.
This simple dish is a wonderful way to use Mung Bean sprouts. These long white sprouts are ubiquitous in Asian cooking and make a great addition to the table alongside fragrant rice and stir-fry.
This crunchy, raw, sprouted granola comes together quickly once all of the seeds have been sprouted. It makes great use of several different types of sprouts and tastes wonderful.
This soup is warm, comforting, and has just enough kick to satisfy your Tex-Mex cravings. Due to the sprouted beans this soup cooks quickly, but feel free to make a double batch for leftovers or the freezer.
If you cook up a pan of lentils once a week, you will have lentils you can quickly make a salad with. If you don't have some on hand, cook up just what you need to make this Mediterranean-inspired lentil salad. It’s a tasty side dish, but can be a light main dish and lunch salad by itself.
Here is one recipe that you could use to make dosas. Remember that it can be made in myriad ways, with various combinations of rice or lentils, and perhaps experimenting with other bean-grain combinations.
This spicy stir-fry sprout recipe is a great topper for nearly anything--rice, noodles, vegetables, ground beef--the sky's the limit!
This cultured recipe is easy and makes good snaking, especially for unexpected holiday guests!
Protein and enzyme-packed sprouts, greens, and other ingredients make this salad a meal all its own. Served with a creamy, cultured dressing, this salad is also the perfect accompaniment to a main dish.