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How to make sprouts taste nice? What dishes can be made from sprouts? Zero Oil Sprouts Hummus Recipe

 How to make sprouts taste nice? What dishes can be made from sprouts?  Okay, so the world knows sprouts are a superfood. But your picky eaters hate all things healthy, let alone sprouts. What will you do to hide sprouts in their platter? Here's how to make sprouts taste nice.

one delicious way to include sprouts in your diet. Sprout hummus without tahini, chickpeas, sesame seeds, nuts, or oil. The star of the show is tawa roasted carrot and mung bean sprouts.

For this Indian sprouts recipe, you will need two carrots, 1/2 cup of mung sprouts. Now how do you make easy sprouts at home? If this is your main query, then find an easy way to sprout anything at home. I have posted an easy mung sprouts recipe at home along with millet sprouts, chickpea sprouts as well. You do not need a cloth to make sprouts. Sounds interesting? Please find the sprout-making recipe link in the description.

To make sprouts hummus without sesame seeds, you will also need a dash of lemon, black salt, and thick curd. If you want to make it vegan, try the easy Indian hummus without tahini recipe with a vegan alternative.

How to make sprouts taste nice? What dishes can be made from sprouts? Zero Oil Sprouts Hummus Recipe

Now let's start making hummus without chickpeas, sesame seeds, tahini, and garlic.

To begin with, let's roast carrot first. You may try with beetroot as well. I have done both and loved the end result. I choose to roast carrots on tawa or skillet with some amount of salt. I roast potatoes the same way and have learned it from my Odia MIL. Roasting veggies on a tawa is a unique way to cook them. The veggies become so flavorful and cook up beautifully without consuming a lot of oil.

Roast on a low flame and cover. Flip twice or thrice after a few minutes. This should take 15-20 mins. If you want, you may add a little amount of oil to roast the veggies quickly. Let the roasted carrot cool down before blending it with sprouted mung beans.

Blend together roasted carrot, mung sprouts, lime juice, black salt, and thick curd. A hint of lemon combines with the subtle sweetness of carrot to create a bowl of goodness that nobody can say no to. Enjoy with crackers, nachos, papad, pakodas or even rice ( like i do). This recipe is here to stay. Healthy is not boring. Healthy is not bland. Healthy is interesting and equally lip-smacking. So what are you waiting for? A delicious dip is waiting to be tried out. 

This post answers the following related questions:

What dishes can be made from sprouts? How do you make sprouts step by step? What should be included in sprouts?

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