There are many ways to eat mung beans. Many people think that the skin of mung beans is a bit hard and not very tasty. They just want to eat the soft and glutinous bean meat in the mung bean, so how can the mung bean rot easily when boiled? Manda Food mung bean factory has following advices.
1. Frying: first put the mung bean in the wok without oil, and fry it directly on low heat for about 10 minutes. Be careful not to burn the outer skin. In this way, the fried mung beans are easy to be boiled. You can fry more mung beans at one time and save them, and you can use them directly when you need to cook the mung beans next time.
2. Immersion and freezing: soak the mung beans with water until they become soft, and such mung beans are also easy to be boiled. You can soak more mung beans at a time. Drain the unused mung beans and put them in several small plastic bags. After 4 hours of freezing in the refrigerator, they will be more easily boiled. Take as much as you need to cook, and the rest of the mung beans can be continued to freeze and cook later.
3. Coldwater stimulation: after the mung bean is boiled in cold water, add 1 bowl of cold water to shock it. After the mung bean is stirred by the cold water, it will be easily boiled.
1. Soak the mung bean for about 12 hours a day in advance, until the skin of the mung bean swells. Please note that it will stink after soaking for a long time in summer.
2. Put the soaked mung beans into a larger container and pour enough water to cover the beans.
3. Wash your hands and rub the beans repeatedly in the water until the mung bean skins float on the water surface. Be careful not to rub too hard, so that the mung bean skins can easily come off.
4. Using the principle of low density of mung bean skin, stir it slightly by hand, and the mung bean skin can be easily filtered out with the water flow. Then pour out the water and mung bean skin, continue to add water to rub the mung beans, repeat until most of the mung beans have peeled off.
1. Identify whether the mung beans are fresh: when choosing mung beans, you must pay attention to choosing mung beans that are free of mold, insects, and deterioration. Fresh mung beans should be bright green, and old mung beans will turn yellow in color.
2. Identify whether mung beans are contaminated: see if the mung beans are polluted, one is to see if the mung beans are dry and wrinkled, and the other is to see if the mung beans have a pungent chemical smell.
3. Identify whether the mung beans are evenly sized: inferior mung beans contain a lot of impurities such as sand and gravel, and most of them are mung beans with too much moisture and are prone to dampness and mildew. You can feel the dampness when you put your hand into the mung bean pocket.