Mung Bean Noodles with Green Herbed Sauce

Mung bean noodles have the same texture as traditional pasta.  You can get them at natural food stores like Roots Market.  The sauce incorporates spinach and other healthy veggies with spices and jalapeno to spice it up.  This gluten-free and vegan dish contains a high amount of protein as well.

This dish has a classic Italian flavor, Tuscan Vegetales fra diavolo.


2 c organic spinach

2 TBS organic onion

1-2 cloves garlic

1-2 TBS mixed  dry herbs (parsley, oregano, thyme, basil)

1 tomato

1/2 red bell pepper

1/2 red jalapeno

1/2 c-1 c of garbanzo beans

1/2 lemon juiced

1/2 c water


Pine Nuts

Sunflower Seeds


1. Prepare Mung Bean Noodles as per package

2. Blend all ingredients in blender

3. Spoon sauce over noodles on plate, sprinkle with pine nuts and sunflower seeds

Suggestions: Serve over salad, Serve room temperature or warm. Add olives and sundried tomatoes for a Mediterranean flare.


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2 Responses

  1. Ashley T

    Ashley T August 29, 2014 at 2:29 am | | Reply

    I tried this recipe recently and love the mung bean noodles! I also bought the black bean noodles but have yet to try them.

  2. Jeff Rose

    Jeff Rose September 6, 2014 at 6:48 pm | | Reply

    These mung bean noodles are a recent favorite of mine. I love the texture and taste. The best part is they are loaded with protein. I can easily knock out a half a bag and get 50 grams of protein with very low fat and carbohydrates. I can eat the noodles plain, cold on salads or with sauces like the one above. I find these very satisfying and they have never thrown off my fitness goals, especially weight-loss. These are energizing. Gone are the days of eating a huge bowl of wheat pasta and falling asleep shortly after, FOR ME! Eat them with a different sauce every night. Blessings! Stay #plantstrong!

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