Beta vulgaris conditiva
The Pink Beetroot belongs to the family of Chenopodiacee. The seed looks like a
medium sized dark brown globule. The sprouting process takes about 8/10 days:
during this time, they need to be regularly sprinkled with water.
Pink Beetroot sprouts reinforce our organism's defences and have digestive and
tonic effects thanks to their high content of Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc, Sulphur and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, C, E,PP. With just a few calories, they are refreshing and help heal all the inflammations
of the digestive system.
Pink Beetroot sprouts are pink, have a pleasant taste and are suitable with salads,
hors d'oeuvres or second courses. They are also used to prepare mixed shakes and
One of the many recipes
Warm potatoes with pink beetroot sprouts
- 300 gr sliced boiled potatoes
- 50 gr pink beetroot sprouts
- 50 gr cubed emmenthal
- 20 gr extra virgin olive oil
Put the warm potatoes into a pot with cheese and olive oil; mix quickly with a fork
until the potatoes will become roughly mashed. Add the sprouts and mix again.
Serve as vegetables with meat.