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Protein
14.3g / 45%
Carbohydrates
6.3g / 20%
Fats
4.7g / 34%
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Asian - style Easy Main course

Fried Bean Sprouts

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9Min
Easy

Bean sprouts are a particularly common ingredient in many Malaysian dishes, from stir-fries to chicken rice and curry noodles. Generally, bean sprouts are just beans in their natural sprouting process that leads to the germination of seeds, grains, vegetables, and legumes. As it is easy to grow, it is a relatively affordable type of vegetable that can be consumed by anyone. Unknown to many, this vegetable also comes in various types. Some examples are lentil sprouts, pea sprouts and chickpea sprouts.

According to research, sprouting is a natural way to increase the nutritional profile of beans due to enhanced antioxidant content and reduction of antinutrient levels. Bean sprouts are good for your body (and your wallet), with some of its most notable health benefits including improved blood sugar control, reduced menopausal symptoms, a lower risk of heart disease, anemia, and birth defects. These crunchy sprouts are a great addition to your next stir-fry or rice dish, here’s a recipe that lets you whip up a bean sprout dish in 2 simple steps! Firstly, heat the pan, then stir fry garlic and prawns until fragrant. Next, add in bean sprouts together with some chives and red chili for some flavour. Stir until well combined and it’s ready to serve — your family will enjoy this simple dish bursting with a variety of colours, saturated with nutrition in every crunchy bite!

There are so many tasty dishes that you can prepare with bean sprouts, just head over to MAGGI® and discover recipes for White Fried Beehoon ala Singapore, Tasty Festive Fried Lontong and Chicken Soto Soup!

Ingredients

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3 servings
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2  tsp
Corn Oil
2  cloves
Garlic
12  Larges
Prawns
3  cups
Bean sprouts
100  g
1  tsp
MAGGI® CukupRasa™
1 
Red chili

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Nutrition Value

Energy
114.54 kcal
Protein
14.32 g
Carbohydrates
6.29 g
Fats
4.7 g
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Instruction

9 Minutes
Step1
3 Min
Heat wok and stir fry garlic and prawns until fragrant.
Step2
3 Min
Add bean sprouts, chives and red chilli slices.
Step3
3 Min
Add MAGGI® CukupRasa™.
Fried Bean Sprouts

Step1 of 3

: Corn Oil, Prawns, Garlic

Heat wok and stir fry garlic and prawns until fragrant.

Fried Bean Sprouts

Step2 of 3

: Bean sprouts, Chives, Red chili

Add bean sprouts, chives and red chilli slices.

Fried Bean Sprouts

Step3 of 3

: MAGGI® CukupRasa™

Add MAGGI® CukupRasa™.

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