Onions can aid the reduction of blood sugar created by sugary foods and assist in keeping the blood in better shape to help fend off cardiovascular disease.
A good source of vitamin A, B group vitamins, iodine, phosphorous and potassium.
Delicious as a milder , but still flavourful, alternative to onion, in all those dishes that require a little ‘ bite ’. Very tasty in cheese sandwiches and popped onto a cheese toasty.
4 people (Japanese style)
500gms fresh spinach
125gms of Susan’s Onion Sprouts
2 tblspn rice vinegar
2 tblspn sugar
1 tblspn soya sauce
½ tsp wasabi powder mixed to a paste with water
Cook the spinach 1 minute in a covered saucepan and drain well. Refresh under cold water and press in a sive to remove excess water. Combine the leaves with the sprouts and add the dressing. Toss lightly and serve in individual bowls.