The Red Clover belongs to the family of Legumes. Its very small seed (1,5 mm) is
kidney-shaped and yellowish-brown coloured. Sprouts are ready in 7/8 days.
Red Clover Sprouts are rich in proteins. They contain vitamins A, group B, C, E and
minerals: Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium. They have a relaxing
effect on the nervous system, as well as an antispasmodic and blood depurative
Their delicate taste is particularly appreciated in salads, both raw and cooked.
One of the many recipes
Dried beef with red clover sprouts
- 50 gr minced dried beef
- 50 gr red clover sprouts
- 50 gr extra virgin olive oil
- 20 gr lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
Mix the sprouts with dried beef; use a fork to cream the oil with lemon juice, salt,
pepper and mustard. Dress the salad and serve with toasted Tuscan bread.