Radish, Pink Microgreens Seeds - looking for a deep pink, heart-shaped microgreens to add to your next meal?
We've got you covered! This gorgeous microgreen is perfect for adding a splash of color to any dish, and its spicy flavor will give your taste buds a kick. Red to purple stem, and cute, green leaves makes Pink Radish unique-looking and desirable by restaurant chefs! Best of all, you can have it on your table in just seven days after sowing.
Cultivation tips for Pink Radish:
Sow 51 grams per 10x20 inches tray to begin.
- Use peat substrate, cococoir or cocomats.
Germinate at 20 degrees Celsius for 3 days.
- You may use ► fertiliser if you grow on washed substrates.
Maintain a growth temperature of 16 degrees Celsius under adequate light to encourage vibrant pink stems.
6-9 days depending on the growing conditions should be enough to achieve micro shoots.
Enjoy the fresh and vibrant flavor of Pink Radish Microgreens in a short amount of time.
Note that stem color varies with temperature; colder conditions result in more saturated stems.
In summary: No soaking required, 3 days for germination, and 6-8 days for growth. Et voilà!
Radish microgreens are a nutrition powerhouse! Packed with almost alphabet of vitamins A, B, C, E & K and essential minerals like Calcium, Magnesium & Zinc, they boast numerous health benefits in addition to being low in calories. The perfect way to give your diet the boost it needs without sacrificing flavor or satisfaction.
So why wait? Give this delicious microgreen a try today!
How to use Radish microgreens in cooking?
Radish shoots, also known as radish microgreens, are versatile and can be used in various culinary applications to add a peppery and fresh flavor to your dishes. Here are some ways to use radish shoots:
Salads: Toss radish shoots into your salads to add a peppery crunch. They pair well with mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, and a light vinaigrette.
Sandwiches: Include radish shoots in your sandwiches for an extra layer of flavor and texture. They work especially well in wraps and cold sandwiches.
Garnish: Use radish shoots as a garnish for soups, omelets, or any dish where you want to add a pop of color and a hint of spiciness.
Sushi and Sashimi: Radish shoots make an excellent topping for sushi and sashimi, enhancing the presentation and taste of your dishes.
Stir-Fries: Add radish shoots towards the end of stir-frying vegetables or proteins for a burst of flavor and a slight crunch.
Smoothies: Blend radish shoots into your green smoothies for a nutritional boost and a hint of spiciness.
Pizza Topping: Sprinkle radish shoots over your homemade or store-bought pizzas just before serving to elevate their taste.
Burgers: Top your burgers with radish shoots for a fresh, peppery contrast to the savory patty.
Eggs: Scrambled eggs, omelets, or poached eggs can benefit from a handful of radish shoots for added flavor and color.
Sushi Rolls: Incorporate radish shoots into your sushi rolls to give them a unique flavor and texture.
Remember that radish shoots have a pronounced peppery taste, so start with a small amount to ensure the flavor complements your dish without overpowering it.
Enjoy experimenting with these versatile microgreens in your favorite recipes!
|Seed Category:||Microgreens Seeds|
|Latin Name:||Raphanus sativus|
|Seed count per gram:||75 seeds|
|Sow denisty 10x20 tray:||51 grams|
|Sprout in low temp.:||Yes|
|Blackout Time:||3 days|
|Total growing time:||9 days|
|Nutrition benefits:||A, B, C, E, K, P, Ca, Mg|
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