Sesame Soy Roasted Edamame
Edamame has quickly become a favorite “healthy food in disguise” for me. This recipe is salty, savory, delicious and makes the perfect snack, appetizer or side dish. Less than 20 minutes to make – oh, and it’s 4 simple ingredients.
Servings: 2 servings
Boil & Sauté Method
Start off by bringing a pot of water to a boil to cook the edamame after about 5 minutes. They should feel tender and some of the pods may start to open a bit this means they are ready.
Pour the boiled edamame into a strainer and run cold water over them for about 30 seconds, and then pat them dry
Heat sesame oil in a sauté/frying pan (preferably one with a lid!) over high heat until sesame oil almost starts to smoke a little bit
When sesame oil is heated add in your edamame pods to the pan and fry them. Keep it on high heat until the edamame pods begin to char a little and turn the temp down to a medium heat and add in the soy sauce
Fry until sauce is cooked in and pods are charred to your liking
Remove from heat and add a pinch of salt
This dish is delicious served hot OR cold- ENJOY!
Preheat your oven to 375°.
Spread your frozen edamame evenly onto a sheet pan and place them in your preheated oven to roast.
After about 10 minutes, toss your edamame around so that they cook evenly.
After another 7 minutes have passed, remove your edamame and coat them with the sesame oil and soy sauce and return them to the oven to char for an additional 3 minutes.
Remove from the oven and add a pinch of salt.
Serve hot or cold! Enjoy!