Edamame is a healthy snack that has recently grown in popularity in the past several years. However healthy it is for you, though it can grow a little boring. This garlic edamame recipe is a delicious, healthy way to spice up an already healthy snack.
Things You'll Need
- 12 ounces of fresh edamames
- Three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
- 1/2 clove of garlic
- Medium pot
- Rubber spatula
- Knife suitable for chopping garlic
- 1/2 cup of soy sauce
- Medium cutting board
- Medium serving bowl
- Small bowl for dipping
Wash the edamame under cold water and it place in a pot.
Chop the garlic into large clumps with the knife on the cutting board.
Combine extra virgin olive oil, garlic and edamame in the pot and mix it thoroughly so that the beans are coated with both.
Put the pot on a medium to medium-high heated burner.
Constantly move edamame around in hot pot until it is seared and the garlic aroma becomes pungent.
Poor edamame from the pot to a medium bowl and salt to taste.
Poor soy sauce into small dipping bowl.
Dip edamame into the soy sauce and enjoy them one at a time.
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