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Bio Mungbohnen | 2 kg
Organic mung beans 2 kg
Bio Mungbohnen | 2 kg
Bio Mungbohnen | 2 kg
Bio Mungbohnen | 2 kg

Organic mung beans 2 kg

£5.50 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Gently sweet taste
  • Ideal for sprouting
  • Delicious side dish or add-on to your salads
  • 2 kg convenience pack
  • From certified organic agriculture
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Everything at a glance Organic mung beans 2 kg

We all know that beans, with all their taste and versatility, come with some not-so-pleasant side effects, right? Our organic mung beans are extremely digestible and will have hardly any musical contraindications. But that's not the only reason we love these little green beans so much; they are also real all-rounders and are a valuable addition to so many dishes! See for yourself – buy our organic mung beans in the two-kilo value pack now, and let your culinary creativity run free!

Origin and name of mung beans

The mung bean originally comes from India and is one of the first cultivated plants of the area. Nowadays, there are over 200 different types of mung beans. Also know as green gram, Lunja beans, or Jerusalem beans, these little green beans have many different names;  their sprouts are very similar to those of soybean and are therefore often confused and even incorrectly labelled. However, soybeans and mung beans are fundamentally different, and the mung bean sprouts have nothing to do with soy.

Sprout freely your mung beans

In fact, the beans are very good for sprouting – a simple and very healthy way of adding mung beans to your diet! They should be soaked in water for about 12 hours overnight, and you should use at least 5 to 7 times the amount of water, since the beans will greedily drink it up. After that, the sprouts have to be watered two to three times a day, and the jar in which they are hosted should be kept at room temperature. Mung sprouts are very fruitful, as one cup of seeds makes about 7 cups of sprouts! You can harvest the mung bean sprouts after the third day, when the small sprouts start to turn pale purple and have a very tart taste. 

How to use mung beans and sprouts

Before you eat them, mung beans should definitely be cooked, preferably after having been soaked in water overnight. If you forgot, you can also do it in the early morning for the evening: the main thing is that they are covered with water for at least four hours. Does that sound like a lot of preparation? Come on, it definitely is not! After the soaking, the rest is really easy peasy: place a pot of water on the stove, add the beans, and let them cook for about 30 minutes. This being done, your mung beans are ready to be eaten and used for all your favourite dishes. 

Now let's go back to their roots: Indian cuisine. A Dal made from green mung beans is not only delicious, but also a real eye-catcher! We even have a recipe ready for you – just swap the lentils for mung beans and voilà!, your authentic bean Dal is ready. But the cooked mung beans are also a real taste experience in salads, and their sprouted version goes perfectly with Asian-inspired dishes – not only for decorative purposes; they are also unbeatable in your wok stir fries. Now you know everything you need about how to use mung beans, get your hands on a bag of them and have fun!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1146 / 274
Fat 1,2 g
   of which Saturates 0,3 g
Carbohydrate 42 g
   of which Sugars 1,4 g
Fibre 17 g
Protein 23 g
Salt 0,09 g

Order number HUELSEN_005
Origin China
Content 2 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335832790
Data sheet Specification
Eco-monitoring unit DE-ÖKO-039
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces"
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 100% mung beans* *from certified organic agriculture
Cross-contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, TREE NUTS and SESAME.
Sales name Organic Mung beans
Bio-sourced Non-EU agriculture
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Questions about questions Organic mung beans 2 kg

Where do mung beans grow?

Mung beans are a plant which grows up to 150cm tall and the stems are very hairy and herbaceous.

How do I cook mung beans?

Dried mung beans need around 30 min to cook through, and have to be soaked in water for around 4 hours beforehand.

How can I sprout mung beans?

It is important that you cover them in water overnight and not too sparingly! You can use five to seven times the amount of water. Afterwards, it's best to put them beans in a glass or even in a sprouting bowl, and moisten them two to three times a day. They need around three days to be ready to eat - yum!

How many calories do these mung beans have?

Our mung beans have approx. 273 calories per 100 grams. You can find all further nutritional information on fats, carbohydrates & Co next to our product description.

Do these beans have a lot of protein?

What is "a lot"? We think that our mung beans have a lot to offer in general, for such small things. With approx. 23 grams protein per 100, their protein content is definitely impressive!

What do mung beans taste like?

Our mung beans are green, small and crunchy, and absolutely not bitter or sour; on the contrary, their taste is sweet and mild.

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26 Dec 2020
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very good

very good

4 May 2020
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Very good quality. I let them germinate and they are 100% germinated

23 Mar 2020
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Great stuff! Anytime.

14 Aug 2018
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super quality, best price-performance ratio

25 Jul 2018
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Sprouts/sprouts good, hardly half or broken at all and taste very good to us.

4 Apr 2018
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Very good Shipping Thank’s

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