Ginisang Munggo at Sotanghon made extra delicious with cellophane noodles and minced shrimp. It’s hearty, budget-friendly, and tasty served with steamed rice.
If you’re looking for an easy and budget-friendly meal that packs flavor and nutrients, this mung bean stew is your answer.
This nutritional powerhouse is not only an economical source of protein, but it also works well in various preparations.
How to serve
Munggo, in themselves, are cheap peasant fare. Chopping the shrimp into bite-sized pieces and adding sotanghon are ingenious ways to extend servings further.
Serve this mung bean stew with steamed rice and your favorite grilled meat or fried fish for the ultimate comfort food!
To store leftovers, cool completely and transfer to a container with a tight-fitting lid. Refrigerate for up to 3 days.
The legumes and the noodles tend to absorb a lot of liquid. Reheat in a saucepan to an internal temperature of 165 F, adding more water or broth to loosen the consistency.