Moong Sprouts Recipe | Sautéd Mung Beans | Breakfast in a bowl.

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Breakfast in a bowl – sounds fun, tempting and filling!

This recipe is for people who are health conscious, takes their breakfast seriously and looking for something that is super easy to make. Perfect recipe that fits the bill. For this recipe, you just have to make moong sprouts beforehand and it takes hardly 5 minutes after that. Nothing fancy, no rocket-science – simple, easy and fun!

To be honest, before marriage I didn’t know how to make moong sprouts or sprouts of any sort {embarassed} – haha! I used to feel, oh this is tough to make or how am I suppose to make it. Usually, my Mom used to make and I just used to eat {not kidding} but now I learned this from my mum-in-law and it’s easy to make.

You don’t require any sprouts maker or anything. In a bowl soak moong beans in water and let it soak for approx 9-10 hours. Currently, the weather is neither too hot nor too cold. After 9-10 hours, drain the water and place it over a sieve and cover it with a plate. Let it rest overnight and you will see sprouts the next morning.

Making sprouts depends on weather conditions, if the weather is warm the sprouts will come soon and in colder temperature, it takes more time. So accordingly you can make. You can also store it in an airtight container and use in the next 2-3 days.

You can also make Sprouts Salad, Sprouts tikki, Sprouts pulav and so on.

Let’s dig into the recipe.

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Moong Sprouts Recipe | Sautéd Mung Beans | Breakfast in a bowl.
Sautéd mung beans in basic masalas. Easy and quick to make. Perfect recipe for breakfast.
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Make mung sprouts beforehand. I have already discussed the process above.
  2. Heat oil in a kadhai. Add rai, jeera, hing, chopped green chillies and mung beans sprouts. Sauté for 1-2 minutes.
  3. Add haldi, lal mirch, salt and lemon juice. Sauté again for 2-3 more minutes.
  4. You can cook them as per your taste. If you like them mushy, you can cook for more minutes. If you like a bit of crunch, you can sauté for 5-7 minutes. I like it a bit crunchy.
  5. Tada! Your sautéd moong sprouts is ready to serve.
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