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Very simple to make, and tasty!
This is wonderful! lots of flavor and easy to make
Great!! I cooked mine too long in the oven, friends came over and i let them sit in the oven even though it was turned off! I did double the spice recipe and added a little more kosher salt and some garlic powder.
This was really good!! We'd never had edamame and this was a great introduction! Thank you!!
I really enjoyed this, a very refreshing and yummy new side dish for me! Thank you! Definitely preferred them warm however. They do reheat the next day just fine in the oven. DH not so much....I should have known better than to try my luck and get him to try something new that is not only green, but looks like (and is)-OH MY a bean as well. Oh well, more for me!
J-Lynn... to answer your question, no. There are ways to make them crispy, and you can buy them in natural food stores crispy, but edamame is traditionally like a cross between a soft bean and nut. As for the recipe, it's a different way to prepare edamame. I usually buy it fresh in the summer at the farmer's market and simply steam, but this adds a lot of flavor. Thanks!
This was different, kind of a Mexican/Asian fusion, which went over well at our house. My 2 year old kept asking for more "beans" - he was eating them faster than I could shell them. I have to say though, that I really like my edamame pods salty, maybe because I have eaten them the traditional way too much. When I tested them before serving, I felt they needed a lot more salt for us. Very good, though. Thank you for posting.
Can someone please tell me if these are supposed to get crunchy after roasting? I thought they would and was disappointed that they're just sort of chewy. The low-salt seasoning is great. So, I baked at 375 for 15 min as directed... I'm wondering, if I bake longer will they get crunchy?