£2.7955.8p per 100g
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|of which saturates||1.5g|
|of which sugars||1.5g|
May contain Peanuts/Nuts,Wheat/Gluten, Lactose, Sesame/Mustard,Celery, Milk, Soya, Sulphites and Oats.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (7)
They make the best beansprouts! Details on youtube.
Nice when added to a curry but must remember to soak overnight.
I soaked these overnight then left in a tub overnight, then over several days I washed them then put them back in a dark tub till sprouted. added to a stir fry. they were delicious. Very long winded but tasty.
Unusual but nice
Soaked as per Instructions and added to bulk out a thai curry. They were unusual but actually quite nice. Very good quality beans in a decent sized bag too.
Good beans. Will probably try the organic ones next time though. It is common for several dried pulses to have to be soaked overnight, so not a surprise to me, but, yes, worth being aware of.
I made a mung bean dal from these beans and it was very tasty. I don't mind soaking them, I cook a lot of dried pulses so am used to that.