Sunday, March 4, 2012

Ginger Edamame

This dish can easily be done as an after-school/work snack, or used as a side dish to a meal.  From start to finish, it was about 6 minutes.  Can't beat it!  Ingredient amounts will change depending on the tasters choosing.  Fresh ginger is really good for you too!


cooking spray
peeled/chopped fresh ginger
frozen edamame, in pods
soy sauce


1)  Spray a small pan with cooking spray, and heat on medium.

2)  Add in chopped ginger.

3)  Add frozen edamame and soy sauce.  Use enough soy sauce so the edamame is just covered.  (You can always add more later, but you can't take it away!)

4)  Cook until edamame is warmed through (about 5 minutes).

5)  Remember, when eating shelled edamame, use your teeth to squeeze out the bean!

~Eat Well and Be Happy~


  1. we have some edamame in the freezer waiting to be used- great idea!

  2. The whole family loved this one Rebecca! Great job. Karen W.