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From Dorothy McNett's recipes at www.dorothymcnett.com. Edamame are soybeans in their natural pods harvested before they are hard. Simply steam them in salted water, or cook in microwave and eat as a wonderful nutritious snack or addition to salads, etc. They also can be spread out onto a baking sheet, drizzled with a bit of olive oil and grated Parmesan cheese and baked about 10 minutes or so.
about 2 cups fresh or frozen edamame
Put the fresh or frozen edamame in a glass or ceramic batter bowl and cover with a glass or ceramic lid. Cook in microwave 2 - 3 minutes, using the longer time if they are frozen. Open the fuzzy pods and eat the wonderful "peas" or "beans" that are in there as a snack. (Don't eat the pod) Add to salads, soups, and pasta dishes.
Recipe created 2003-06-24.