Be inspired by β™₯ Sprouting Sprouts

Sprouting sprouts is as easy as pie when you follow my very simple method.

I have had a few requests on how to actually sprout the sprouts so here is the way I do it. As you can see from the photograph, I have a lovely sprouting jar. You do not however need anything as fancy as this. Get yourself a large jar and make holes in the lid, and voila, you have your very own and very cheap sprouting jar.

Sprouting Sprouts

Sprouts

TO MAKE YOUR SPROUTS GROW:

  • Day 1: take between one teaspoon to one tablespoon of your sprouting mix and add to your jar. Cover with water and leave overnight
  • Day 2: drain the water (that is why you need the holes in the lid). Cover with water and drain and leave to stand overnight
  • Day 3 onwards: cover with water, drain and leave to stand overnight, until you have lovely sprouts
  • Before putting your sprouts into the fridge to keep, make sure that they are very dry! They will keep quite well in a sealed container

Tandy

Top of Page

No votes yet.
Please wait...

About Tandy

Tandy is passionate about using regional, seasonable and sustainable produce when she cooks. She lives in Gordons Bay in a cottage with her husband, two dogs, a tortoise and a fish. Tandy and Dave are busy building a house which is an adventure all in itself. Each year they visit a new place to experience the food of the area and you can follow along on their adventures.


Comments

Sprouting Sprouts — No Comments

  1. Pingback: Ras El Hanout Chicken « Lavender and Lime

  2. What wonderfully clear instructions. Thank you. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • thank you Mary πŸ™‚

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
  3. I love sprouts! They are shockingly easy to make and so fresh and yummy!

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • They are so much cheaper as well if you make them yourself which is part of the reason I love making them πŸ™‚

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
  4. I just kill mine … πŸ™

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • will have to find you a magic sprouter!

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
  5. Oh! my potential sprouts all thank you so much πŸ™‚ Hugs xx

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • my pleasure!

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
    • BTW….how many days after Day 3 onwards would one expect to have edible sprouts?? How micro can you go hehe??

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
      • I usually get mine sprouted at day 3 but it depends on the weather and the mix πŸ™‚

        No votes yet.
        Please wait...
  6. I wonder how the heavy humidity would affect the sprouting sprouts here in Mauritius? Will bookmark this for when I get home.
    πŸ™‚ Mandy

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • I would be interested to know that πŸ™‚

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...
  7. I love sprouting my own sprouts. It’s so easy and very rewarding. Nothing better than fresh sprouts.

    No votes yet.
    Please wait...
    • I agree so much with that – but often I forget them in the fridge πŸ™‚

      No votes yet.
      Please wait...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

%d bloggers like this: