Crunchy Beansprout Salad

A crunchy, interesting and versatile salad that works well with Asian inspired flavours; adjust ingredients according to what you have and what’s in season.  Mung Bean Sprouts are gentle on the digestive system and a source of protein, vitamins & minerals.

Create a meal serving with Miso Chill Roasted Tofu Broccoli and Cashews.

  • Prep 15-20mins
  • Cook Time 0
  • Difficulty Low
  • Serving4-6
  • Heart Healthy

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  • 3 cups bean sprouts*
  • 1 bok choy - cut into ¼ + finely slice
  • 1 cup radish - cut match sticks*
  • 1 cup bell pepper - cut match sticks
  • 1 cup snap pea / snow pea - fine sliced
  • ½-1 cup cilantro - chop - if you love it!
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Crunchy Bean Sprout Salad


RINSE and soak bean sprouts in cold or even iced water to crisp them while you cut the rest of the veg


WASH all the vegetables, herbs; peel and cut into matchsticks = julienne or slice accordingly.


DRAIN bean sprouts give them a good shake; you can do this in a towel or spin them in a salad spinner to really dry them.


MIX in a bowl all bean sprouts and all cut and sliced veg. Garnish with Cilantro or any other herb your using.


SERVE with our oil-free Asian style dressing or Peanut Ginger Dressing. 

Tips + Suggestions

Low FODMAP + IBS maximum per serving ⅔ cup bean sprouts, 4 pods snap or snow peas, 1 cup bok choy,


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DIET substitute red pepper | capsicum for another vegetable as it is a part of the nightshade family which can be inflammatory for some people.


*BEAN SPROUTS ARE MUNG BEANS sprouted, are nutrient-dense and gentle on the digestive system


*RADISH choose from purple daikon, watermelon, red radish, daikon,


ADD and Substitute cut matchstick/julienne carrots, cucumber, kohlrabi, summer squash. 
Finely sliced cabbages, radicchio, endive, scallions, rocket, pea shoot, parsley, basil, shiso, sorrel