Mung bean sprouts are one of the most popular vegetables in Chinese and most South East Asian cuisines. Their crunchy texture, subtle nutty flavor, high water content and sweet taste allow them to be cooked in many different ways, including adding them to noodle soups or making spring roll or dumpling fillings. You can also stir-fry them with virtually anything. These plump, silver-white strands with yellow "horns" at one end and a thread-like tail at the other make for an interesting presentation on the plate.
Mung bean sprouts make a great snack raw, like popcorn with substance. They have a freshness and a bit of sweetness that makes them addictive. A bowl of Mung sprouts always kept in the fridge means they are always there to use for an easy meal.
Eating bean sprouts regularly is a great way to boost nutrition in your diet. They are low in calories, high in protein, and contain almost no fat.
Moong bean sprouts how they should be produced. In hygienic and chilled facilities, produced with reverse osmosis purified water in a contamination-free process. Just like our Ready-to-Eat Salads, its produced under international conditions of food safety. Eating raw sprouts should never be a concern again.