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Sprouted Green Mung Salad

Sprouted Green Mung Salad

This is a wonderful salad to have as a meal or a snack. It is crunchy with different textures and is delightfully refreshing.

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You might have read my previous post on how sprouted legumes and beans are very healthy and nutritious. I also shared some information on how you can prepare sprouted legumes at home. If you’ve tried it, then here’s your chance to use those sprouts!

In this gluten-free salad, you can choose to boil or steam the sprouts but if you wish the crunch to remain, it is best eaten as such!

Ingredients needed:
  • 1 cup sprouted green mung
  • 1 large tomato, chopped
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 2 tsp lemon juice
  • Coriander (Cilantro) - as needed, for garnish
  • Salt – to taste
  • Add ons – grated carrot, cucumber
Method:

Mix all ingredients in a big bowl, toss well. Add the coriander and lemon juice towards the end. Eat and enjoy!

Variations:
  • Feel free to mix and match the ingredients, try out different combinations – you can even mix fruits with sprouts – eg, orange, apples.
  • You can also add a dash of tempered seasoning of mustard or cumin seeds in your favourite oil, at the end.
  • Add your favourite spice mix to give it a new twist.
  • Yet another way to increase the nutrient content is with nuts! Yes, you can add toasted nuts, such as peanuts, walnuts or even sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds – what’s your favourite?

Satiate your hunger for a long time with this crunchy salad – this could either be your lunch/dinner or your mid-afternoon snack.

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Hridya Ramani

Written by: Hridya Ramani

An Indian by birth and upbringing, Hridya started her blogging journey from the time she moved out of her home for her first job. Her wedding brought her to the beautiful region of South East Asia. After a few years as a stay-at-home mother and wishing to achieve something more but also look after her little girl, she began her “handmade” journey – paper quilling and beading which she finds to be the most therapeutic hobbies in the world. Apart from her handwork, she also writes for a couple of other blogs related to health, medical information and travel. She is currently based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with her family.

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在印度土生土长的Hridya在离家工作后便同时开始了自己的博客之旅,而她幸福的婚姻也将 她带到了东南亚的这个美丽国家来。在成为全职家庭主妇数年后,Hridya希望在看顾小女儿的 同时也能够拥有自己的事业,于是便开启了自己的手作之旅——卷纸艺术和串珠是她认为最能 治愈心灵的嗜好。除了手工,她同时也在数个博客上撰写有关健康、医学资讯和旅游的相关文 章。Hridya目前和家人定居于马来西亚吉隆坡。

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