How to Make Moringa, Mushroom, and Mung Bean Soup
Moringa is a native tree to tropical and subtropical of South Asia countries. It is considered a superfood as it contains lots of minerals, vitamins, and other essential nutrients. Mushroom is a fungus grown above the ground on the soil. There are so many varieties of edible and poisonous mushrooms. It contains vitamin D. Mung Bean is a plant belonging in the legume family. This bean is mostly cultivated in Asian countries.
I came up with a healthy recipe combining these three nutritious ingredients. Let me show you how to make moringa, mushroom, and mung bean soup. I flavored this soup with fish sauce or a fish fermented in salt.
Author's Note: The quantities for all ingredients are left unspecified. Add as much or as little of these ingredients as you like.
- Moringa leaves
- Mung beans
- Fish sauce
- Salt, to taste
- Pepper, to taste
- Water, as needed
- 3 medium bowls
- 2 small bowls
- cooking spoon
- Rinse mung beans. Place it in a pot with water. Cook it under low heat about 25 minutes or until slightly tender.
- Pour in additional water if necessary. Season it with fish sauce, salt, and pepper.
- Add mushroom. Cook until both ingredients are tender.
- Turn off the heat once all are cooked. Add moringa leaves. Cover the pot to cook it.
The Finished Dish
Tips and Techniques
- Make sure to rinse the mung bean thoroughly to remove any impurities.
- Use any kind of mushroom available.
- Disregard fish sauce if not available. Simply use salt and pepper to season the dish.
- Add fried pork or fish if preferred.
- Replace mung bean with lentil. The latter is quite similar to the former.
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