Bean Sprouts are an extremely healthy and delicious way to enjoy legumes. Although sprouting can seem intimidating to some, it is really an easy process. Any whole bean can be sprouted – Mung, Garbanzo, Moth, Adzuki, Lentil, etc. Sprouts can be eaten raw in salads or cooked. Try this simple method for Mung Beans and be on your way enjoying Mung Sprouts."How to Sprout Beans"
Rajma-Chawal is a combination to-die-for. The best Rajma (Kidney Beans) and Chawal (Rice) can be had at obscure dhabas alongside the highways all over North India where the truck drivers eat. Most Punjabi households will agree that rajma is definitely a staple comfort food. Try this Rajma recipe with rice, some raita or just plain yogurt."Punjabi Rajma (Kidney Beans Curry)"
Soups do not have to be limited to winter-time. Daal Soup can be enjoyed anytime of the year. It is so hearty and filling, that we really do not need anything else with it. But if you are one that has to have bread, rice or chapatis…go ahead and do just that! You will love it either way you have it."Daal (Split Bean) Soup"
Mung Daal, a hearty split bean soup, is a staple in many Indian households. It is loaded with protein but light on the stomach. Mung Daal goes well with rice, chapattis or just by itself as a soup. There are probably a hundred ways to make Mung Daal, each slightly different than the next. Watch this video and see our 2 different versions of simple and delicious Mung Daal."Mung Daal How-to Video"