This sprout vegetable is very suitable for fans of a spicy mustard flavor.
Black mustard cherry is packed with healthy nutrients: vitamins A, B, C, minerals and proteins. The taste is fresh and spicy, with all the typical mustard flavor.
The sprouts can be eaten raw or prepared by pouring boiling water over them. The taste then becomes slightly milder, the texture slightly softer and finer.
The sprouts of black mustard can be used in salads, soups and on bread. It is also a delicious topping on avocado with a dressing of lemon juice, olive oil, slightly coarse mustard, salt and pepper. Baked salmon fillet is deliciously finished by sprinkling some sprouts over the fillet after baking. Nutrients: packed with healthy nutrients: vitamins A, B, C, minerals and proteins.
Black mustard Germ'line Instructions
Soak the seeds in cold water for 12 hours
Rinse with clean water in a sieve
Scatter the seeds in fine layers in a germinator
Then water the sprouts 2 to 3 times a day
Germination 2 to 4 days
Wash the sprout seeds well to remove the shell