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The young leaves are fragile, bright green with a few edible, black-purple seeds still attached at the tips. They are also thin and flexible with a smooth, even texture. Miami Microgreen Bunching Onions have a crunchy and juicy bite with a robustly salty taste mixed with a spicy-sweet onion-like undertone. Unlike mature Bunching green onions or chives which are usually minced or cut into short segments called batons.

Miami Microgreen Bunching Onions are meant to be kept whole. Their wispy shape and delicate texture add just a thread of green color to finished dishes. and can be used in omelets, pasta dishes, sushi rolls, beef stews, soups, salads, and many other meat and vegetable dishes. They can also be sprinkled on top of potatoes, artichokes, bruschetta, or on crostini. In addition to being used as a garnish, Miami Microgreen Bunching Onions can be blended into sauces such as remoulade or into butter as a flavor component. They pair well with other fresh herbs such as tarragon, chervil, and parsley, garlic, as well as, cheddar cheese, ricotta cheese, crème Fraiche, potatoes, mushrooms, carrots, celery root, egg dishes, and meats such as poultry, seafood, and beef. The clean, thin lines of the leaves provide an angular, architectural element to dishes which elevates the visual appeal. Microgreens were created to enhance the dining experience using flavor, appearance, and texture. They are also favored among high-end restaurants for their low preparation requirements and ease of use.


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