In India, fenugreek is usually used as a spice in fresh and dried forms. Both leaves and seeds are used in Indian curries. But fenugreek microgreens are different from these two forms of consumption because they are consumed as fresh tiny plants which are only 2-4 weeks old.
Fenugreek microgreens have some bitter, spicy, and nasty flavors. These microgreens can be made into various types of foods. Major ways of using are as a salad ingredient, a filling ingredient, and a smoothie.
Fenugreek microgreens are rich sources of protein, minerals, vitamins (Vitamin A, C, Thiamin, and folic acid), and fiber. Also, they consist of antioxidants, anti-carcinogenic, anti-diabetic, and anti-bacterial properties. Especially fenugreek microgreens improve the glucose homeostasis in the body which regulate the body glucose level at a desirable range
Fenugreek Microgreen Recipes
Sandwich with fresh fenugreek microgreens