Green Gram Beans


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Parameter Description
Botanical Name Vigna Radiata
Origin India
Appearance Green beans
Availability Bulk, Private Label
Quality Conventional
Shelf life 12 Months
Serving size 1 cup or as required
Category Pulses
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  • How to Use Green Gram Beans

    Green gram is a popular legume crop consumed in India and has been used in various recipes for ages. Mung beans are a rich source of fibre and proteins, making them a highly-nutritional food. You can create multiple spicy dishes, such as daals, or breakfasts, such as mung dal cheela. Or you can also make sweet dishes like moong dal halwa, mung laddoo and more. Mung sprouts also make a great healthy breakfast or side dish in meals.

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  • Green Gram Origin

    Moong dal is a warm-season legume native to and widely grown in tropical and subtropical regions like India and Myanmar. India is primarily one of the leading producers and consumers of green gram beans. However, apart from this, it is also grown in Asia, Africa, and South America.

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