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|By :Amanda Rae|
|Browse Category||Vegan & Vegetarian|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Low Carb, Low Fat, Plant-Based, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Beans, Curry Powder|
|Prep Time||2 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
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I made this because I am always looking for mung bean recipes… I ended up a tsp. short of curry, and subbed kale for spinach. So easy and very nutrient dense!
There’s no mention of spinach in the ingredients list. But it looks interesting.
Do i need to soak mung beans first?
It was super easy and very delicious. Ingredient list needs to be edited to include the spinach that goes in at the end. It is one cup of fresh spinach, by the way.
Very delicious recipe. It’s become a go to for me. I put in about 50% more curry as I prefer a bit more spice
Wonder if you could use lentils instead? Has anyone tried?
Isabel, no need to soak mung beans. They will cook within 1 to 2 minutes with hi pressure.
I cut the curry in 1/2 to 1 tsp. Love this soup!
Waffle looks good.
only cooked mung bean 12 minutes and they were very mushy – next time decreasing them to 8 🙂 in pressure cooking
If the recipe is doubled, does the cookimg time also increase? If so, by how much? Thanks!
Easy and delish. Cooked x 14 min on high. Pressure. Used half the salt. Would use less next time. Didn’t measure the spinach. 2 bih handfuls baby spinach. Maybe 1 1/2 c+. Serve over brown rice. Yummy
I doubled this recipe except for the curry powder and cooked it for 10 minutes high pressure, NPR, serving it over brown rice. Will make again!
Even my boyfriend loved it! First time using mung beans. They ended up a bit mushy, but it was delicious. Didn’t have fresh spinach so threw in frozen kale and spinach mix. Delish.
Easy to make and delicious… Even my boyfriend loved it! I easily doubled the recipe. There were no leftovers! First time using Mung beans- they came out a tad mushier than expected for some reason, but were delish! Maybe will try a bit less time next time.
Excellent!!!! Thank you. So easy to make and so delicious.
Why does it mention spinach but it’s not in the ingredients list?