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I’m back with another mung bean recipe! If you’ve been following my blog for a while, then you will know that this is not my first recipe using mung beans. This is, in fact, my fifth recipe using mung beans! Mung beans have become a staple ingredient in my kitchen, especially when it comes to vegan breakfast recipes. This One-Pan Vegan “Egg” Sandwich recipe is no different from my other mung bean recipes in terms of simplicity and ease of cooking.
Other Recipes Using Mung Beans/Mung Bean Flour
Reasons You Should Make This One-Pan Vegan “Egg” Sandwich
- This recipe consists of just 10 ingredients
- This recipe is vegan, gluten-free (if using gluten-free bread), and soy-free
- Mung beans are easy to cook with
- This recipe takes just 15 minutes to make after soaking the mung beans
Simple Step-By-Step Instructions
To make this recipe, start by soaking the dried split mung beans. I always discard any discolored beans before soaking. When soaking the mung beans, make sure the water line is above the mung beans by 1 or 2 inches.
Before cooking the “egg” mixture, I recommend cooking any add-ins first. If you’re adding a hash brown patty or a plant-based breakfast sausage patty, then cook those in the pan first and set them aside to add back towards the end.
After soaking overnight, drain and rinse the mung beans. Add the mung beans to a small bullet blender along with the remaining “egg” mixture ingredients and blend until smooth.
Heat a large pan and add oil. Pour the blended “egg” mixture into the pan and add the bread slices vertically, with one above the other, for easy folding. When the “egg” mixture is fully cooked and no longer wet/sticky on the surface, carefully flip the “egg” mixture over so that the bread slices are now touching the surface of the pan. Fold the overhanging “egg” so that it sits neatly on the bread slices. Add any extra ingredients (sliced tomato, lettuce, hash browns, etc.) and fold in half so that one piece of bread is on top of the other to form a sandwich.
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Want more breakfast recipes? Check out my recipe for Vegan Double Chocolate Muffins!