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7 healthy and delicious recipes with microgreens for good health

The healthy recipes presented to you are easy to perform and effective.

By Elena Sunshine MagazinePublished 2 years ago 4 min read
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The recommendations are the most common: sleep, drink water, breathe, move and do not be nervous. Both in nutrition and in lifestyle.

1.Green smoothie with rhubarb and avocado

By the way, absolutely all the ingredients in this recipe are healthy products. Therefore, you can imagine what a wonderful effect this drink has on the body!

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Ingredients for 2 large servings:

Rhubarb (can be replaced with celery) 1 large stem

Lemon (directly with the peel) 1/2 pc

Ginger root (crushed) 1 teaspoon

Curly cabbage (or spinach) 3.53oz

Avocado 1 piece

2 cups of water

Chia seeds 1 tablespoon

Microgreen sweet pepper 1 tablespoon

Instruction: mix all the ingredients in a blender until a homogeneous mass is obtained without lumps. It is better to drink such a drink through a straw.

2.Guacamole with tomatoes and microgreens


Ingredients (for 1 serving):

Ripe avocado 1 piece

Large tomato 1 piece

Salad white onion 1/4 (or the white part of the green onion from 3 stalks)

Coriander 1/2 bunch

Juice of 1/2 lemon

Sea salt to taste

Microgreens of watercress 1 tablespoon

This recipe also uses only organic products.

Instruction: mash the avocado with a fork (not to the state of porridge — it will taste better this way). Finely chop the tomatoes, onions and coriander and mix with the avocado and watercress microgreens. Pour over the lemon juice, add salt and mix again.

3.Salad with chickpeas and microgreens

The main healthy product in this recipe is microgreens.


Ingredients for 2 servings:

Any leaf lettuce 3.53oz

Spinach 2 tablespoons

Large tomatoes 2 pcs

Microgreens from any grains 2 tablespoons

Boiled chickpeas 8.82oz

Parsley with stalks 1 bunch

Juice of 1/2 lemon

Olive oil 1 tablespoon

Sea salt to taste


Soak the chickpeas overnight and boil them in salted water according to the instructions on the package. Wash the salad and, if necessary, cut it. Finely chop the tomatoes and parsley, too. Mix the salad with the remaining ingredients, season with oil and lemon juice, add salt.

4. Broccoli soup


Ingredients for 4 large servings:

Microgreen radish 4 tablespoons

Medium potatoes 3 pcs

1 large onion

of Broccoli (with a stalk) 1 head

Olive oil 2 tablespoons

Basil 1 bunch

Vegetable broth 34.92oz(or water + dried leeks + dried garlic + dried celery root 1 tsp each seasoning)

Sea salt to taste


All the vegetables are finely chopped, fry in oil, pour the broth and cook until tender. Add the spices 5 minutes before the end of cooking. You can chop the soup with a blender.

5. Lentils with vegetables

Parsley is a powerful source of vitamin C and chlorophyll, which fight cancer and support the health of our liver. I specifically do not specify the amount of parsley because you should focus on your taste. But keep in mind: the more parsley, the more health your body will get.


Ingredients for 4 servings:

Dry green lentils 8.82oz

Leeks 1 stalk

Of fennel (you can replace finely chopped white cabbage, but it will taste a little different)1 pc

Parsley with stalks 1 large bunch

Dry basil 1 tablespoon

Olive oil 3 tbsp

Apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp

Sea salt to taste

Microgreen radish 3 tablespoons


Wash the lentils and boil them in lightly salted water with the addition of dried basil. Finely chop the leek, sweet pepper microgreens, fennel and parsley. Mix the vegetables with boiled lentils and season with vinegar, olive oil and salt.

6. Warm salad with beans and spinach

But in this recipe, soy sauce is used for the sake of taste.


Ingredients (for 4 servings):

Beans boiled in salted water (chickpeas or any lentils) - can be replaced with canned analogues 14.11oz

Medium carrots 2 pcs

Large zucchini 1 piece

Broccoli 1 head

Fresh spinach 3.53oz

Garlic 3 cloves

Olive oil 5 tablespoons

Soy sauce 3 tablespoons


If the beans are dry: soak them overnight in cold water. Cook in salted water until tender (the cooking time depends on the type of beans-see the instructions on the package).

If the beans are out of the jar: peel the carrots. Finely chop the garlic. Cut all the vegetables, except for the spinach. I used a special machine for cutting vegetables into strips. I highly recommend buying it, because such slicing incredibly decorates any dish. Plus, such vegetables can be safely used instead of spaghetti.

Heat a couple of tablespoons of olive oil in a frying pan. Fry a little carrots, zucchini and broccoli with garlic. They should not be browned (only about 3-4 minutes on medium heat). A minute before cooking, add the spinach, micro-greens and mix everything well. Remove from the heat and put all the vegetables in a deep dish, add the beans. Season with the remaining oil and soy sauce( or sea salt), mix well.

Attention! if you use soy sauce, then you don't need to salt it anymore, because the soy sauce is already salty.

7.White cabbage salad and microgreen parsley

This is a delicious salad-easy to prepare and just a storehouse of vitamin products.


Ingredients for 2 large servings:

White cabbage 8.82oz

Large carrots 2 pcs

Bulgarian pepper 1 piece

Dried cranberries 1.5 tablespoons

Chia seeds 2 tablespoons

Rapeseed oil 2 tablespoons

juice of 1/2 lemon

Sea salt to taste

Microgreen parsley 4 tablespoons


Rub the carrots on a coarse grater. Finely chop the cabbage and pepper. Mix the lemon juice and oil with salt and season the vegetables with them. Sprinkle the cranberries, microgreen parsley and chia seeds on top. Bon Appetit!

How to use  recipes:

If you are seriously thinking about improving the body, you can use one of these healthy recipes a day. I am sure that changes in health and appearance will not take long.

© 2021 Elena Petrova


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