Moong Sprouts Stir-fry

Sprouts are considered to be superfood and they contain largest amount of nutrients compared to any other food.They are packed with nutrients like iron,vitamin C,proteins and enzymes.The sprouting process increases the enzyme concentration, so they are easy to digest.Sprouts are considered to be living foods,they continue to grow slowly even after you keep them in the fridge and their vitamin content increases.They are inexpensive and easy to make at home.

When I harvest sprouts once,I store them in the fridge for upto a week.You can use them in a variety of recipes.Just throw a handful in your salad, soup,curry or rice.They never bore you.

Here is a very simple recipe of Moong sprouts stir-fry.I am sending this as an entry to My Legume Love Affair 26 started by Susan of ‘The well seasoned cook’ and hosted by Simona of Briciole.

I am also sending this to sidedishes other than dals/subzis hosted by Suma of Veggieplatter.

Moong Sprouts Stir-fry

Ingredients:

1 cup moong sprouts/green gram sprouts

1 medium size onion finely chopped

1 medium size tomatoe finely chopped

1 green chilly finely chopped

1 red chilly broken into pieces

1 tsp mustard

1 tsp oil

Method:

  1. Heat 1 tsp of oil in a pan.Add 1 tsp of mustard.
  2. After it splutters add green and red chillies.
  3. Then add onion and saute for a minute.Now add tomatoes and saute.
  4. Add the sprouts  and required salt and let them cook in the tomato juice for 2-3 minutes.Moong sprouts stir-fry is ready.

You can eat this as a salad or have it as a side-dish.You can also use this as a filling to make sandwiches and wraps.My favourite way to have this dish is wrapping it in chappathies to make rolls.

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August 29, 2010. Tags: , , , . Sidedish, Sprouts/Legumes.

6 Comments

  1. Simona replied:

    You know, I had never thought about sprouting seeds at home until I started reading so many nice recipes with sprouted legumes, so I am now trying to sprout some chickpeas. I will try moong dal next: your stir-fry looks delicious. Thank you for your contribution.

    • hema replied:

      Thank you Simona . MLAA is an wonderful event and I am happy to contribute.Good luck with your sprouting 🙂

  2. Suma Gandlur replied:

    Thanks for sending over such a healthy and delicious dish.

    • hema replied:

      Thank you Suma 🙂 And that’s a very interesting theme for the event.

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