A new culinary experience - I got curious to see how these little sprouts appeared magically overnight from the kitchen to the table.
Sprouts are a great way to bring fresh greens to your table in the middle of winter, plus they are easy to grow in your kitchen all year round
Mung beans, a staple food in India, can be easily found at any Asian, Middle Eastern, or Indian market or by mail order at sproutpeople.org. They are great in stir-fries or added to salad, eggs, grains or any entree.
1. Soak overnight. (I use a mason jar with a mesh cover for easy drainage).
|Mung Beans Soaking|
|Draining off Water|
3. Let sit on a dark corner of your kitchen.
|Mung Beans Growing|
4. Rinse and drain twice per day for 2 or 3 days.
5. Refrigerate. They will keep for about 1 week.