Indian Whole Green Mung Gram - Protein & Fiber Rich Moong Whole Jar
Ideal Summer Food: Whole green mung beans are also known as summer dal as it is easier to cook and lighter to digest. Therefore, these lentils are ideal for daily consumption and their sweet-savory flavor makes for a great ingredient in a variety of dishes. A cup of cooked mung beans contains about 10gms of protein that is easy to digest and fulfils the daily protein need of the body.
Versatile Ingredient: Apart from being a staple in Indian households, moong dal is also used in a variety of pot recipes and makes for a great accompaniment to rice and bread. This sweet and savory lentil is even used to make flour that comes packed with nutrition like protein and other vital minerals. Use the flour to make bread, tortillas, waffle and so much more. It is a tasty and healthy alternative to all-purpose flour and wheat flour as well.
Source of B Vitamins: Apart from rich in protein and fiber, these bulk natural pulses are also a prime source of B vitamins such as folate. A bowl of these lentils will give you the everyday allowance of protein, fiber, and essential B vitamins that boosts your health and gives you energy and stamina for everyday challenges.
Goodness of Zinc: Mung beans are a plant-based food that is mostly preferred by both VEGANS and VEGETARIANS. It has an exceptionally high quantity of manganese, zinc, and magnesium. So, you can include mung beans for overall nutrition and growth.
Great for Sprouting: You can include mung beans in your daily diet in a variety of ways. Not just curries, stews, and soups but get all the nutrition and deliciousness of these lentils through sprouts. Their germination rate is extremely high and you can get the mung bean sprouts and include them in your diet. Chew them when you are hungry as a healthy snack or after the gym to replenish all the lost nutrients.
Prepare yourself for a healthy summer with Moong Beans from Pride of India
Get the unmatched quality and freshness of Whole Green Mung beans from the Himalayan plains brought to you by Pride of India. We are committed to bringing farm-fresh nourishment to the table giving our consumers the great taste of health every time they buy our products. Our natural and healthy green mung beans come with all the vital nutrients and vitamins that fulfill your daily intake of proteins, zinc, and magnesium. We ensure that the freshness stays intact without any adulteration and therefore, we use the highest standards of packaging in a high-tech facility as per the industry compliance.
Highly nutritious, good for health, and easy to cook, the whole green mung beans also known as green gram and moong dal can be used in a range of dishes. Legumes are an important part of a healthy and balanced diet. Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, or a non-vegetarian mung beans are a great way to include all the vital minerals, nutrients, and vitamins in your diet. At the same time, they have a sweet and mild flavor that is not overwhelming or bland. Enjoy them in your favorite without losing the unique flavor of the lentils.
Use 3 Cups water per 1 Cup dry beans. Add 1-2 tsp oil, if desired. For making a bean/lentil soups increase amount of water. For making bean/lentil salad reduce amount of water.
1. Soak beans for 15-20 minutes. 2. Rinse thoroughly and drain water. 3. Add 3 cups of water per 1 cup of dry lentils in a wide pot and heat on low uncovered. 4. Once the water is at the level of the beans, cover the pot. 5. Allow to sit for 10-15 minutes. Serve hot or cold.
1. Prep beans same as above 2. Use 3 cups water per 1 cup of lentils and add to a microwave safe dish or electric cooker 3. Heat for 15-20 minutes on medium heat covered. Serve hot or cold.
The Green Mung Gram alternatively known as the moong bean, green gram, is a plant species in the legume family.
These beans are packed with protein and low carbs; green gram is one of the best vegetarian superfoods.
10 grams Protein
7.5 grams Dietary Fiber Per Serving
Packed with vitamins and mineral
High source of nutrients including potassium, magnesium, folate
How to cook Green Mung Gram:
Use 3 Cups water per 1 Cup dry beans. Add 1-2 tsp oil, if desired. For making a bean/lentil soups increase the amount of water. For making bean/lentil salad reduce the amount of water.
Soak beans for 15-20 minutes.
Rinse thoroughly and drain water.
Add 3 cups of water per 1 cup of dry lentils in a wide pot and heat on low uncovered.
Once the water is at the level of the beans, cover the pot.
Allow to sit for 10-15 minutes. Serve hot or cold.
Prep beans same as above.
Use 3 cups water per 1 cup of lentils and add to a safe microwave dish or electric cooker.
Heat for 15-20 minutes on medium heat covered. Serve hot or cold.