Salted Edamame. Lightly boiled and perfectly salted, edamame is the classic Japanese snack that is not only delicious to snack on but also packed with a nutritional punch. Learn how to cook these young soybeans with the authentic Japanese method. Edamame (枝豆), pronounced eh-DAH-ma-meh in Japanese.
Who's ready to pop a few soybeans right in their mouth? Grab a few soybeans and let's get snacking! These roasted edamame are completely and utterly addictive, which is trouble if guests are coming in an hour and you can't stop nibbling on them. You can cook Salted Edamame using 3 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Salted Edamame
- You need 1 bag of edamame.
- You need 1 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 1 liter of water.
They're crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle. The sweet flavor of the edamame is balanced by sea salt and freshly-cracked black pepper. You might want to make a double batch. This recipe is a riff on roasted chickpeas, another favorite.
Salted Edamame step by step
- Boil edamame from boiling water, for about 2 minutes. Pick up one Edamame to taste. drain water as the edamame gets nicely crunchy..
- Add salt while edamame is hot. Leave it for while to cool down..
- Break the shell and enjoy!.
Our dry roasted and salted edamame makes a tasty snack. Edamame is a young soy bean picked before it ripens. This gives them the green color. They are highly nutritious and contain a significant amount of protein. These are dry roasted and lightly salted.