Crunchy Beansprouts & Cucumber Marinated with Salty Kombu Seaweed

This is a side dish that can be made in 5 minutes. Its fresh crunchiness and umami of the salty seaweed will stimulate your appetite! It's less than 25kcal for 100g (one person's serving), so it's ideal for those who are dieting.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 2 Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Beansprouts 100g
Cucumber (7cm) 100g
Kombu seaweed 1 tbsp

Method

1
Place beansprouts onto a microwaveable dish and cook for 1 minute (600W). Then plunge into a bowl of water before draining.
2
Finely slice the cucumber.
3
You can either slice or chop the kombu seaweed, or keep it whole, as you prefer.
4
Mix the beansprouts, cucumber and kombu seaweed.
5
Serve on a dish, your salad is ready to eat. The crunchy texture of the beansprouts and cucumber is really good!

Tips & Note

It's easiest to buy washed, ready-to-eat beansprouts. If you leave the ingredients for too long, they will become less crunchy, so better to eat straightaway.

Crunchy Beansprouts & Cucumber Marinated with Salty Kombu Seaweed

This is a side dish that can be made in 5 minutes. Its fresh crunchiness and umami of the salty seaweed will stimulate your appetite! It's less than 25kcal for 100g (one person's serving), so it's ideal for those who are dieting.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 2

Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Beansprouts 100g
Cucumber (7cm) 100g
Kombu seaweed 1 tbsp

Crunchy Beansprouts & Cucumber Marinated with Salty Kombu Seaweed

Recipe ID :903 Posted on 23 JUL 2015

Serves 2

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This is a side dish that can be made in 5 minutes. Its fresh crunchiness and umami of the salty seaweed will stimulate your appetite! It's less than 25kcal for 100g (one person's serving), so it's ideal for those who are dieting.

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Ingredients

Method

Cook
5min
1
Place beansprouts onto a microwaveable dish and cook for 1 minute (600W). Then plunge into a bowl of water before draining.
2
Finely slice the cucumber.
3
You can either slice or chop the kombu seaweed, or keep it whole, as you prefer.
4
Mix the beansprouts, cucumber and kombu seaweed.
5
Serve on a dish, your salad is ready to eat. The crunchy texture of the beansprouts and cucumber is really good!

Tips & Note

It's easiest to buy washed, ready-to-eat beansprouts. If you leave the ingredients for too long, they will become less crunchy, so better to eat straightaway.

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