Despite its funky name, kohlrabi is bred from wild cabbage plant, similar to broccoli, cauliflower or kale. The microgreen version of kohlrabi has beautiful, distinctly violet stems with two vivid green, lobed cotyledons, some leaves can also be purple-tinged
Not only good looking, one cup (135 grams) of microgreen kohlrabi contains over 100% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C. It’s also high in calcium, potassium, Vitamin B6, fibre, iron, and many other nutritional vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants.
Purpled Vienna kohlrabi microgreens add a splash of colour to any dish. They are tender with a slightly sweet hint of broccoli. Some describe its mild and versatile flavour as having a hint of cabbage.
You can use them as a tasty salad base or add them to salads, sandwiches, or just munch on for a healthy snack. Add kohlrabi microgreens as a garnish atop soups, sandwiches, tacos, or wraps. Kohlrabi, like other microgreens, is great in egg dishes. It’s best to eat raw, but you can also cook them for three minutes if desired.