Microgreen salads are super healthy plus you can add any type of microgreen to just about any salad, even spiralized vegetables. Indeed, vegetables in spaghetti form are becoming a trendy dish for both vegetarians and meat eaters.
Spiralized Cooking Is Fun!
Having a vegetable spiralizer in your kitchen really makes cooking a whole lot of fun. In fact, vegetable spiralizers can also make dishes beautifully delicious. For this recipe, all you need is a vegetable spiralizer. I prefer the least expensive one because it actually works better than larger spiralizer machines I’ve tried. Smaller, hand-held spiralizers are not only affordable but also super simple to operate. Also, vegetables are easy to control because you are holding the vegetable and the spiralizer in your hands. The only downfall is that you are unable to spiralize a variety of vegetables, so you’re options are limited.
Microgreen + Spiralized Squash + Goji Berries!
- Squash (1)
- Zucchini (1)
- Broccoli Microgreens (4 oz)
- Cabbage Microgreens (4 oz)
- Sun Gold/Yellow Cherry Tomatoes (1/2 cup)
- Black Olives (1/2 cup)
- Goji Berries (1/2 cup)
- Avocado (1)
- Dressing: Raspberry Vinaigrette
- First, spiralize squash and zucchini.
- Then, cut up avocado and cherry tomatoes.
- Finally, stack and serve.
Again, adding microgreens to your salad or sandwiches keeps you healthy and your food tasty. There are various types of microgreens so you can have a lot of fun shopping for them. This microgreen spiralized salad was very simple and quick to make. We are all busy, as cooking takes time. So, it’s great when you can make a healthy salad in less than 10 minutes!
Microgreens are health offering your body healthy rewards. In fact, red cabbage microgreens contain 40 times more vitamin E and more vitamin C than a mature cabbage!
Eat Well, Eat Your Greens!