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Feb 8, 2009

Mung Bean Sprouts in Tomato Gravy

Mung Bean Sprouts are mostly used in the Asian cuisine and they are full of vitamins like A, B, C, E and also rich in calcium. Here is a healthy curry I prepared recently with these bean sprouts. It tasted so delicious.


  • 2 cups Tomatoes, finely chopped
  • 1 ½ cups Mung Bean Sprouts
  • 1 small Onion, cut into tiny pieces
  • 1 tsp Ginger Paste
  • ½ tsp Garlic Paste
  • ½ tsp Turmeric
  • 1 tsp Oil
  • 4 whole Cloves
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon Powder
  • ¼ cup Green Peas
  • ¼ cup Milk
  • Salt


In a pan, heat oil and add all the ingredients one by one except milk, cover and let cook for some time.

When the mixture seems cooked add milk and salt. Leave it for sometime on medium flame until all the water in tomatoes gets absorbed and the curry becomes thick.

When it is done, transfer to a serving bowl and enjoy with chapathis/puris.


Anonymous said... [Reply]

yummy sabzi .. I like the star shaped bowl and the way you have arranged the chapathis! :)

Unknown said... [Reply]

nice presentation..lovley pictures looks yumm..

Priya Suresh said... [Reply]

Lovely presentation n also healthy sabzi..looks prefect with chappathis, healthy n yummy side dish Uma:)

jayasree said... [Reply]

Thats one protien rich curry for chapathis. Liked your presentation.

Unknown said... [Reply]

helthy curry and looks os beautiful uma nice presentation

Sanghi said... [Reply]

Uma, I'm back.. This looks yummy dear..!

Raks said... [Reply]

Your display is so good with roties:)
Never ttried this before,sounds great Uma!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Looks yummy and delicious.

FH said... [Reply]

Beautiful photos, love the flower bowl! I love sprouted beans but don't have the patience to wait, dish looks delicious! :))

Trupti said... [Reply]

Curry looks very delicious Uma. Love the presentation & bowl.

Hey if you cook something with persimmon jst let me know I will add that in roundup as very few of us knew persimmon recipes

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Nandinis food said... [Reply]

healthy curry ! Beautiful presentation and bowl .

Ashwini said... [Reply]

love sprouted beans..curry looksyummy in that bowl along with chapatis..

Deepthi Shankar said... [Reply]

very healthy & tasty recipe Uma

Uj said... [Reply]

Loved the use of sprouts.. The presentation looks very beautiful

Finla said... [Reply]

Love the way you have rolled up the rotie and love the moongbean dish.

Pavithra Kodical said... [Reply]

Great click Uma..Love sprouts..Curry looks delicious..

Nandinis food said... [Reply]

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Mahimaa's kitchen said... [Reply]

oh those rotis look super...what aata do you buy? we don't get indian aatas here like pilsbury or aashirvad.. gravy looks yum too.

Cham said... [Reply]

The gravy looks awesome,love bean sprout !

Anonymous said... [Reply]

A Very Healthy meal. I have never cooked sprouts. always eat them raw.

AnuSriram said... [Reply]

Thats a healthy one.. Nice presentation.. Makes me drool..

Usha said... [Reply]

Very healthy and delicious curry Uma, nice presentation too :-)

Vibaas said... [Reply]

looks so yummy, uma. very healthy too. love the presentation.

Varsha Vipins said... [Reply]

Uma..this is definitely my type of curry..love it..n I got a wide eye for that bowl..:)

sra said... [Reply]

I usually make this if I have only sprouts and the basic vegetables left. I quite like it. don't add the peas, though.

notyet100 said... [Reply]

my sis was askin for mung sabji ,.i think so i will give this a try,..thanks for postin this,.:-)

vidhas said... [Reply]

Nice healthy subzi uma. Nice presentation. Looks tempting.

Archy said... [Reply]

Love anything wud green moong... Looks so gud with rotis around !!

Shri said... [Reply]

Lovely recipe!! Nice one

Sujatha said... [Reply]

like your bowl :) I make a similar version of kurma with moong dal sprouts.. next time, I will add peas too.. looks very good..

Suganya said... [Reply]

This sounds to be a healthy recipe. Looks so good. Nice recipe. YUM!. Lovely combo....

Dori said... [Reply]

Yum, looks so so good!!! And that's such a cute picture of ur kiddos!

Sia said... [Reply]

it can't get healthier and tastier than this Uma. lovely recipe indeed.

Andhra Flavors said... [Reply]

presentation bavundi and mi onion chutney chustunte kallu madutunayante nammandi.

Sanghi said... [Reply]

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Anonymous said... [Reply]

The sabzi looks delicous!!! The container is so cute :)

suvi said... [Reply]

the gravy looks yum...but your rotis look amazing!

Nithya Praveen said... [Reply]

I guess first time here..the sabzi looks yummy:-)

Rosie said... [Reply]

Beautiful photos Uma and such a great healthy dish.

Rosie x

Yasmeen said... [Reply]

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Shivali said... [Reply]

Great pic of a beautiful and surely tasty recipe.

vidhas said... [Reply]

Soemthing is waiting for you.

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