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Sprouted Moong Salad

 

Ingredients

 

Moong sprouts – 2 cups

Tomatoes – 1 chopped into small finely

Cucumber – 1 chopped finely

Capsicum – ½ chopped finely

Pomegranate Kernels – A handful

Coriander Leaves – A handful, chopped

Green Chilly – 1 chopped finely

Olive Oil – 1 teaspoon

Lemon Juice – 2 teaspoons

Salt to taste

Pepper to taste

 

Preparation

 

  • In a salad bowl, add the Moong sprouts and veggies (except the coriander leaves)
  • Toss and set aside
  • In a small glass bowl, mix olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper
  • Pour this dressing onto the Moong sprout
  • Wash a cabbage leaf and pat it dry and scoop the salad into this leaf
  • Garnish with pomegranate kernels and coriander leaves; serve

 

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