Marigold, Beauty microgreens seeds - how to use them and enjoy their citrusy, spicy flavor?
Are you looking for something to add a zest of flavor to your meal? Marigold microgreens are here to save the day! Marigold is known not only as an ornamental flower, but also as an edible ingredient. It has thick, fleshy leaves and offers a unique taste that marries the regular greens flavour with citrus and spiciness. So why wait? Get marigold microgreens and make your dishes extra special!
Marigold microgreens - the perfect way to add a delightful pop of color and flavor! To get started, skip soaking your seeds: simply let them germinate for 4-5 days before extending their growing period over 6-8 days more. With just two weeks' time you can achieve vibrant foliage with stunning first true leaves if desired. A word of caution: these marigold seed varieties are specifically meant ONLY for producing microgreens (edible leaves or edible flowers)!
Health benefits and usage:
Marigold microgreens are an incredibly versatile and flavorful addition to any meal. Not only do marigold microgreens add a unique citrus and spicy flavor, but they have numerous health benefits as well! Marigold microgreens are packed with vitamins A, C, K, iron, calcium and other essential minerals that can help boost your immune system and keep you feeling healthy. Plus marigolds are easy to grow in just about any climate or soil type so you can enjoy them year-round. Read on to learn more about marigold microgreens and how they can be used in cooking.
Marigold microgreens are a great way to add flavor, color and nutrition to any dish. They can be used as an ingredient in salads, stir-fries, soups, sandwiches and other dishes. Alternatively marigold microgreens can be eaten raw and enjoyed as a snack or side dish. Marigold microgreens have even been known to make delicious smoothies. If you succeed to grow edible flowers restaurant chefs will be delighted to use is as extraordinary garnish to their dishes!
lat. Calendula officinalis Pacific Beauty
avg. 150 seeds/gram