The tastiest Brussels sprouts

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Brussels Sprouts

 

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Kalettes®

 

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Purple Sprouts

 

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Brussels Sprouts

 

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Kalettes®

 

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Purple Sprouts

 

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The sprouts are grown with expertise and passion for the crop, and with the greatest respect for the environment. Water, nutrients and biological crop protection methods are used efficiently. Out in the fields, in the sunshine and the rain, the sprouts grow into delicious, healthy vitamin bombs!

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Brussels Sprouts

100 gram uncooked Brussels Sprouts
Calories 52
Total Fat 0 gr
Satured Fat 0 gr
Trans Fat 0 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 3 mg
Total carbohydrate 5 gr
Dietary Fibre 6 gr
Sugars 3 gr
Protein 4 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B1 1 mg
Vitamin B2 1 mg
Vitamin C 82 mg

Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a typical autumn and winter vegetable. They are available fresh from mid-August to early March. Brussels sprouts are the axillary buds of Brassica oleracea. They are a field-grown crop. Brussels sprouts are known for their mild flavour and high vitamin C content.

Trimmed or untrimmed sprouts
Brussels sprouts are offered in various types of packaging: trimmed and untrimmed. Trimmed sprouts have had the stem and outer leaves removed so they are ready to use. The sprouts are trimmed according to strict food safety and hygiene protocols and standards. Trimmed sprouts can be prepared in the microwave in the packaging. Convenience at its best!

Preparing Brussels sprouts
You can also trim the sprouts yourself. Slice away the stem at the base, remove any loose outer leaves and rinse well.
As well as preparing Brussels sprouts in the microwave, you can boil and stir-fry them, or use as an ingredient in oven dishes, salads and even soups!

Storing Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts must be fresh green and firm. In unopened packaging, sprouts can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days. They can also be frozen, but remember to blanch them first for three-four minutes. They can then be frozen in a well-sealed bag or plastic container for up to 12 months in the freezer at a minimum temperature of -18C.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring sprouts for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes.

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Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a typical autumn and winter vegetable. They are available fresh from mid-August to early March. Brussels sprouts are the axillary buds of Brassica oleracea. They are a field-grown crop. Brussels sprouts are known for their mild flavour and high vitamin C content.

Trimmed or untrimmed sprouts
Brussels sprouts are offered in various types of packaging: trimmed and untrimmed. Trimmed sprouts have had the stem and outer leaves removed so they are ready to use. The sprouts are trimmed according to strict food safety and hygiene protocols and standards. Trimmed sprouts can be prepared in the microwave in the packaging. Convenience at its best!

Preparing Brussels sprouts
You can also trim the sprouts yourself. Slice away the stem at the base, remove any loose outer leaves and rinse well.
As well as preparing Brussels sprouts in the microwave, you can boil and stir-fry them, or use as an ingredient in oven dishes, salads and even soups!

Storing Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts must be fresh green and firm. In unopened packaging, sprouts can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days. They can also be frozen, but remember to blanch them first for three-four minutes. They can then be frozen in a well-sealed bag or plastic container for up to 12 months in the freezer at a minimum temperature of -18C.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring sprouts for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes.

100 gram uncooked Brussels Sprouts
Calories 52
Total Fat 0 gr
Satured Fat 0 gr
Trans Fat 0 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 3 mg
Total carbohydrate 5 gr
Dietary Fibre 6 gr
Sugars 3 gr
Protein 4 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B1 1 mg
Vitamin B2 1 mg
Vitamin C 82 mg
100 gram uncooked Kalettes®
Calories 47
Total Fat 1.5 gr
Satured Fat 1 gr
Trans Fat 0.5 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 5 mg
Total carbohydrate 5 gr
Dietary Fibre 3.5 gr
Sugars 1.5 gr
Protein 3 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B6 1 mg
Vitamin C 55 mg
Vitamin E 2.4 mg

Kalettes®
Kalettes® are a new variety of vegetable, resembling rosettes with curly, purple-green leaves. Kalettes® are a hybrid that combines the flavours of kale and Brussels sprouts. As well as their decorative appearance, the fusion of sweet and nutty cabbage flavour ensures the ultimate taste sensation. Kalettes® are rich in vitamins, minerals and fibres. Kalettes® are highly versatile. They are often served as a side-dish, but they are equally at home as part of the main course. Kalettes® are seasonal vegetables that are available from November until the end of March.

Preparing Kalettes®
Kalettes® simply need rinsing before they are ready for preparation. They can be steamed, cooked in the microwave, boiled or stir-fried.

Storing Kalettes®
In unopened packaging, Kalettes® can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring Kalettes® for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes. For more information about Kalettes® visit: www.kalettes.com

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Kalettes®

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Kalettes®

Kalettes®
Kalettes® are a new variety of vegetable, resembling rosettes with curly, purple-green leaves. Kalettes® are a hybrid that combines the flavours of kale and Brussels sprouts. As well as their decorative appearance, the fusion of sweet and nutty cabbage flavour ensures the ultimate taste sensation. Kalettes® are rich in vitamins, minerals and fibres. Kalettes® are highly versatile. They are often served as a side-dish, but they are equally at home as part of the main course. Kalettes® are seasonal vegetables that are available from November until the end of March.

Preparing Kalettes®
Kalettes® simply need rinsing before they are ready for preparation. They can be steamed, cooked in the microwave, boiled or stir-fried.

Storing Kalettes®
In unopened packaging, Kalettes® can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring Kalettes® for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes. For more information about Kalettes® visit: www.kalettes.com

100 gram uncooked Kalettes®
Calories 47
Total Fat 1.5 gr
Satured Fat 1 gr
Trans Fat 0.5 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 5 mg
Total carbohydrate 5 gr
Dietary Fibre 3.5 gr
Sugars 1.5 gr
Protein 3 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B6 1 mg
Vitamin C 55 mg
Vitamin E 2.4 mg
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Purple Sprouts

100 gram uncooked Purple Sprouts
Calories 56
Total Fat 0 gr
Satured Fat 0 gr
Trans Fat 0 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 3 mg
Total carbohydrate 6 gr
Dietary Fibre 6 gr
Sugars 4 gr
Protein 3 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B1 1 mg
Vitamin B2 1 mg
Vitamin C 71 mg

Purple Brussels sprouts
The green Brussels sprout has a sister with a funky, purple colour. As well as being a different colour, purple sprouts also have a sweeter, mildly nutty flavour. In addition to high contents of vitamins, minerals and fibres, purple sprouts also contain many antioxidants which are vital to good health and a properly functioning immune system. Purple sprouts are available from the end of October to the end of February.

Purple colour
The sprouts thank their colour to pigmentation called anthocyanins, which are naturally present in cabbage varieties. Nature offers us the purple colour as a gift, as the colour is lost if the sprouts are boiled. To retain the colour it is best to steam, roast or stir-fry purple sprouts.

Preparing purple Brussels sprouts
Treat purple sprouts just like green sprouts and slice away the stem at the base, then remove any loose outer leaves. Rinse the sprouts and they are ready for use.

Storing purple sprouts
In unopened packaging, purple sprouts can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days. They can also be frozen, but remember to blanch them first for three-four minutes. They can then be frozen in a well-sealed bag or plastic container for up to 12 months in the freezer at a minimum temperature of -18C.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring purple sprouts for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes.

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Purple Sprouts

Purple Brussels sprouts
The green Brussels sprout has a sister with a funky, purple colour. As well as being a different colour, purple sprouts also have a sweeter, mildly nutty flavour. In addition to high contents of vitamins, minerals and fibres, purple sprouts also contain many antioxidants which are vital to good health and a properly functioning immune system. Purple sprouts are available from the end of October to the end of February.

Purple colour
The sprouts thank their colour to pigmentation called anthocyanins, which are naturally present in cabbage varieties. Nature offers us the purple colour as a gift, as the colour is lost if the sprouts are boiled. To retain the colour it is best to steam, roast or stir-fry purple sprouts.

Preparing purple Brussels sprouts
Treat purple sprouts just like green sprouts and slice away the stem at the base, then remove any loose outer leaves. Rinse the sprouts and they are ready for use.

Storing purple sprouts
In unopened packaging, purple sprouts can be stored in the fridge for four to seven days. They can also be frozen, but remember to blanch them first for three-four minutes. They can then be frozen in a well-sealed bag or plastic container for up to 12 months in the freezer at a minimum temperature of -18C.

Recipes
We have collected some delicious and healthy recipes starring purple sprouts for you. Click “recipes” to view the recipes.

100 gram uncooked Purple Sprouts
Calories 56
Total Fat 0 gr
Satured Fat 0 gr
Trans Fat 0 gr
Cholestrol 0 mg
Sodium 3 mg
Total carbohydrate 6 gr
Dietary Fibre 6 gr
Sugars 4 gr
Protein 3 gr
Vitamin A < 0.1 mg
Vitamin B1 1 mg
Vitamin B2 1 mg
Vitamin C 71 mg

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