Roasted edamames are a delicious and healthy snack that is perfect for any time of day. These tasty little legumes are packed with protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a great choice for anyone looking to boost their nutrition.
Whether you’re looking for a crunchy snack to munch on during the day or a flavorful addition to your next meal, roasted edamames are sure to satisfy. So why not give them a try and see what all the fuss is about? Trust us, your taste buds will thank you!
What are edamames?
Edamame is green, tender, slightly sweet beans found inside hairy pods. They have a soft and firm texture, similar to fresh peas, and can be consumed alone or as an ingredient in different recipes.
They are rich in protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are considered an excellent choice for vegetarians, vegans, and people looking for an alternative protein source to meat.
How to prepare roasted edamame
Edamame can be purchased fresh or frozen. If using fresh edamame, wash them under cold water to remove any dirt or residue.
Leave until golden brown on one side; turn and brown on the other side. They are ready in about 10-15 minutes.
How to season edamame
Sal. Enjoy the edamame roasted and seasoned with salt and lemon juice.
Soybeans. Season with soy sauce, lime juice, and a pinch of salt.
Crunchy chili oil. You can put a little bit of the oil in a small bowl and let everyone add what they want, or add one or two tablespoons of the chili oil and dip the edamame in it. Mix and season with sesame seeds.
Asian dressing. Drizzle with Asian dressing and serve over white rice or fried rice.
Tajín. Finish them with lime juice, salt, tajín, or chili powder.
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- 1 griddle or skillet
- 12 oz edamame pod
- lime juice
- coarse salt
- To prepare the cooked edamames, begin by defrosting them. Next, place them on the griddle and let them roast on one side. Once they are golden brown, flip them over and cook the other side. This process usually takes around 15 minutes. For serving, drizzle the edamames with lemon juice, tamari or soy sauce, and sprinkle some tajín or chili powder on top. Enjoy!
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