Challenging Recipe
Prep Time
10 minutes
1 quart

Growing your own little sprout garden is a fun an exciting process. Broccoli seeds are particularly challenging to sprout as they take longer to sprout compared to other seeds, so be be patient. It takes a few days for the seeds to even break open and they are slow in growing. They say that all good things come to those who wait. Broccoli sprouts are very good things so your patience will be rightfully rewarded! Broccoli sprouts have a spicy flavor and are not tolerated by some; you may want to mix the broccoli seeds with cabbage, mustard, radish, clover, or alfalfa seeds for a different flavor.

2 tablespoons broccoli sprouting seeds
1 cups filtered water