Ash e Maash va Piaz
(Mung Beans and Onion Soup)
1 lb (454g) Stew Beef 1/4 Cup Mung Beans 1/3 Cup (Medium-Grain) Rice 1/4 Cup Lentils 1 Cup (Canned or Cooked) Red Beans 1/3 Cup (Canned or Cooked) Black Eyed Peas 3 Onions Turmeric, Salt and Pepper Vegetable Oil Cinnamon Powder Preparations: 1- Chop one onion. 2- Slice two onions. Directions: 1- Place one chopped onion along with the stew beef in a pot. 2- Add turmeric and enough water (boiling water) to cover the beef. 3- Cover the pot and simmer for 2 hours over medium heat or until the beef is cooked thoroughly. 4- Remove the beef from the pot and place in a large bowl or container. 5- Stir rice, lentils, and the mung beans to the pot. 6- Cover the pot and continue simmer for 40 minutes. 7- Shred the cooked beef. 8- Stir the beef back into the mixture along with red beans and black eyed peas. 9- Add as much as salt and pepper you would prefer. 10- Stir the ingredients and allow to cook for another 15 to 20 minutes before serving. 11- Fry the sliced onions with vegetable oil. 12- Stir in turmeric. 13- When serving top with the fried onions and cinnamon powder.
Ash e Maash va Piaz (Mung Beans and Onion Soup) CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Ash e Maash va Piaz or piazoo(Ash: soup, Maash: Mung Beans, Piaz: Onion) is a traditional Iranian soup from a province called Ghazvin. It's a Grade A food. It contains most of vitamin and minerals your body needs to function on daily basis. Soup e Maash va Piaz is a good source of iron, dietary fiber and protein. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) of this Mung bean soup (Ash e Maash va Piaz) has 187 calories (34 calories from fat), 3.7g total fat, 0 cholesterol, 21mg sodium, 350mg potassium, 23.9g total carbohydrates (6.1g dietary fiber, 2g sugars), and 15.6g protein.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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