spy into my little life
I’m so addicted.
I’m SO with you! YUMMY
At least they won’t cause cancer!!! Or put you in rehab.
mmmmm edamame! my favorite!
Hey me too. I didn’t know they even exsisted a year ago and I’m making up for the past 30 years.
And they’re good for you too!
Yum. Love edamame. I lived off edamame and spicy tuna rolls when I was single.
Me too, my son and I can sit and eat a bowl a night just for ourselves.
YUM. Just had some the other day with a Vegas Roll. I never cook them as good as the restaurants do. Maybe I need more salt…
I have been wanting to try these. How do you buy them and them cook them?
The kids need a new veggie. We are going to try a new food a week this summer. As they get older they get so stubborn and refuse so much. j
I have this for dinner about every other night when my husband is working late!! LOVE IT.. and it keeps you regular too.. can’t beat that!
I bought a bag of frozen edamame at the local Asian market but I think you can buy them almost anywhere… grocery store, trader joes… I just boiled them in a pot of water with a half tsp of salt for 5 minutes and viola! better than chips!
p.s. you don’t eat the husks. just pop out the beans and pop them in your mouth. Yummy!
Mmmmm, yes, those are SO tasty! Perhaps – if I may be so bold as to add another adjective – I might even say “crunchy.” In fact, I would say “crunchy.” (There, I just said it TWICE, even.)
I got a big bag from costco. I guess they’re already boiled b/c you just defrost them in cold water and enjoy.
it is SO delicious! and nutritious!
now i want some (and it is 7:22 am).
I’m off to Winco this morning. Will report the result. Would I take some to Girl Scout camp this week end? j
Any good recipes using edamame???
I think Girl Scouts would love them! There’s a recipe for a salad on the back of the package I bought… I threw it away though. It was basically a fancy salad with the hulled beans thrown in.
My kids LOVE edamame. Boiled and lightly salted.
But I have no Asian market within a less than two hours drive, so we usually only get it on our “drive into the big city sushi trip”.
This is too weird. I hadn’t made edamame in eons, but I had nothing green to feed my kids tonight, so I dug a bag out of the freezer and made them for dinner. You really are a spy! :-)