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Yum! I just tried this tonight and they came out great!

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lisa__lynn January 30, 2010

Great quick snack!

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santon1111 June 30, 2009

made these for dinner tonight. I love edamame, and love finding new recipes for it. but didn't like this much. The sauce was much too salty for my families taste, and we were looking for something more in the Dumplings..... I'll definitely go back to my other favorite edamame recipes. :(

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PamperedChefAngie July 16, 2008

Wonderful! Love eating edamame!! We usually make potstickers with ground turkey ....this was a nice change and the sweet sauce is good contrast against the spicy sauce we use with the potstickers. Thanks!

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Vino p.o. prn July 27, 2007

My 11 year old son loved these! This was my first time making steamed dumplings and the directions were easy to follow - I didn't have any problems. I thought the sauce was great as is, adding a little rice vinegar will cut the soy taste if it's too strong for you. Next time, I will add some fresh ginger as another poster commented - that would be a nice touch.

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Brooke the Cook in WI April 16, 2007

These had a really great kick to them with the fresh garlic and red pepper flakes. The dipping sauce was a bit strong, but maybe next time I'll use a low-sodium soy sauce so that the saltiness doesn't overpower. I left out the cumin per other suggestions. These reminded me of a steamed dumpling you'd find at any Chinese restaurant. I will make these for my vegetarian sister.

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Little Mommy February 07, 2007

Loved this recipe. Based on the posters opening comments, I added some freshly grated ginger to the filling and fresh ginger, pepper flakes and a bit of rice vingegar to the dipping sauce. I especially liked that fat that these were not fried, and only a quick spray of cooking spray was neede to initally brown them. Thank you Ms_Bold for shairng the recipe.

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BonnieZ September 26, 2006

Turned out great. I purchased a huge bag of frozen edamame at a discount store, and have been looking for creative ways to use it up. This worked great and was tasty. I also left out the cumin seeds. The blended mixture never got smooth for me (My food processor is on the fritz) but it tasted great anyway. Easy to make and the directions were clear. The sauce was really tasty, too. Thanks for posting!

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VegSocialWorker July 02, 2006
Edamame Dumplings