The first recipe I am going to release is an easy and simple one. This is for making green bean sprouts or also known as tauge. Instead of buying this in the supermarket I thought it would be nicer and also better to have it fresh for my dish after. With the tauge grown from this result I made a tahu dish.
Water the green beans 2x per day and in the evening you can already harvest it. or if you want longer green bean sprout you can also harvest it on day 4.
How to harvest Green Bean Sprouts (Tauge):
Just flip the foam to drop most of the bean skin, then cut the bean sprout to get it without the roots. Clean the rest of the skin. Green bean is ready to use or serve.
Video of making green bean sprouts
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How to make green bean sprouts (Tauge)
Making green bean sprouts (Tauge)
Type: side dish
Keywords: tauge, green bean sprouts, mung beans, healthy, vegetables, low calories
Recipe Yield: 2 servings
Preparation Time: 10M
Cooking Time: 10M
Total Time: 10M
Recipe Video: https://youtu.be/_3Fi22w_mn0
Recipe Video Thumbnail: https://youtu.be/_3Fi22w_mn0
Recipe Video Name: How to make green bean sprout
Video Upload Date: 2020-03-03T10:11:00
Recipe Video Description: How to Make green bean sprout, Tauge
Recipe Ingredients: Water 100 grams Green beans (Mung beans)
Recipe Instructions: Step 1 Soak the green beans for 8-12 hours Day 1 Throw away the water Prepare a bowl, a basket and wet foams. Spread the green bean on the wet foam, you can make 2 layers if you still have leftover beans. Cover the green beans with a cloth and black plastic to keep it dark. or just put them in a dark place. Day 2 Water the green beans 3x per day and cover it again. Don't forget to throw away the leftover water in the bowl Day 3 Water the green beans 2x per day and in the evening you can already harvest it. or if you want longer green bean sprout you can also harvest it on day 4. How to harvest: just flip the foam to drop most of the bean skin, then cut the bean sprout to get it without the roots. Clean the rest of the skin. Green bean is ready to use or serve.
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