Once the green skin of mung beans are removed, they reveal the wonderfully yellow bean underneath. In Korean cuisine we use the beans in a variety of dishes and we also use them to make mung bean starch.
Posted Sunday, September 7th, 2008 at 10:37 pm
Tagged: dried mung beans, 깐녹두, 녹두, korean food, korean ingredients, skinned mungbeans
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