Loved it. I used dried cilantro since I didn't have any cilantro leaf.Nice crunch with that Asian flair. Thanks for sharing Barb!!!
This was a good edamame salad. I didn't have red radishes so I used a daikon radish. Word up: daikon starts to smell strongly if left in a dressing for a day or two. Besides that, we loved this one. I didn't use cilantro because the store didn't have any. Thanks for posting.
I saw this recipe on the South Beach website and wanted to try it. We thought it was OK. We like edamame & radish...the dressing just didn't seem to do much for either one of them.
this was very good. i was looking for a salad to serve with asian-style chicken wings and eggrolls, and this was perfect. really easy too! i also left out the radishes but followed everything else exactly. thanks!!
I must have made this salad 5 times in the last 2 months. I love this recipe. I am not a cilantro fan, so I use parsley instead. I try to cut up the radishes as thin as possible so that they spread around the salad nicely and add a good crunch to it.
Tasty, healthy, easy. I followed your recipe exactly although I did cook the edamame, rinse and cool - It came out a 5 stars plus salad. This one is going in my Faves and Raves Cookbook. Thanks Barb!
This salad is amazing! I make this often; my husband and I can't seem to get enough of it. The edamame have such an nice bite to them! So sorry - meant to give this a 5-star rating!
Loved this salad, it made a delicious lunch and I will make it again.I had no radishes so I subed with sweet red pepper, also used parsley instead of cilantro. Thanks for posting.
Made this last night.The texture of edamame is great and it's very simple to prepare.Thanks!