Top Rated Edamame Recipes

Edamame Soup With Shiitake, Ham, and Spinach
Looking for something a little different? Rejuvenate your split pea soup with edamame, a flavorful Asian bean that gives a little twist to the classic green soup.
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Confetti Corn Succotash
Edamame is a food group in our house. I buy the soybeans frozen and already shelled, which means I can get them on the boys’ dinner plates in mere minutes. They’re the perfect protein-packed food for little fingers. While the boys love them simply steamed, if time permits, the edamame take on the role of lima beans in this rainbow succotash. Bacon, garlic and soy sauce make this a side for all of the senses, lending salty crunch to every colorful bite.Excerpted from THE SECRET INGREDIENT COOKBOOK © 2021 by Kelly Senyei. Photography © 2021 by Robert Bredvad. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.Tribune Publishing may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links.
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Slow cooker Thai peanut chicken quinoa bowls
If your quinoa is staring longingly at you from the pantry shelf, give it new life with big flavors in this Thai peanut bowl.This recipe is courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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Edamame Burger
A protein-packed vegetarian burger that isn’t made of black beans: It’s got to be a winner.This recipe is courtesy of Epicurious.
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Baked Brown Rice and Edamame recipe - The Daily Meal
The sesame oil makes all the difference in this healthy side dish—it imparts a toasted flavor that really elevates the rice. If you don't have carrots, swap them out for another favorite vegetable, such as peas.This recipe is from "Kosher By Design Lightens Up: Fabulous Food for a Healthier Lifestyle" by Susie Fishbein (Mesorah Publications Ltd., 2008) and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Add tofu to this delicious fried rice recipe to get in some extra, vegetarian-friendly, protein.Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best
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Black Rice Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
This salad is a great warm weather side dish thanks to the lemony vinaigrette and combination of fresh vegetables. Black rice is available at most natural food stores and some supermarkets. While it requires some cooking time and care, it has a wonderful nutty flavor. It's not surprising that this recipe originally came from a spa resort, as this salad is visually appealing, tasty and healthy—the very definition of spa cuisine.This recipe is from the Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, Texas, and was originally published in the May 2013 issue of Bon Appetit magazine. This recipe was also published in the Capital Gazette.
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quinoa salad
Blakely Trettenero, host of the Cooking for Bimbos and Hungry for Travels websites, is a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Orland. She also is a world traveler, having visited more than 30 countries, and is becoming a frequent guest on TV.
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The Best Asian Coleslaw
This recipe is for haters and lovers of coleslaw alike. Full of wonderful textures and great umami flavor, it is impossible to only have one serving of this moreish dish. It is extremely easy to make — you can even use pre shredded cabbage and carrot and have this slaw ready to eat in record time.Click here to see more Hearty and Delicious Salad Recipes to Make for Dinner. 
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Asian Noodle Salad
Fresh vegetables, soba noodles, and a spicy peanut dressing are layered up in a mason jar, for the perfect healthy, wholesome lunch to take with you to work.This recipe is courtesy of Foxes Love Lemons.
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In the English tradition, a cook uses leftover beef or lamb from last night's roast to make this hearty casserole. For the most basic shepherd's pie, you sauté some fresh vegetables, add in meat taken off the bone, and then add any jus or gravy to thicken up the filling and make it a little saucy. You put this filling into an oven-safe casserole dish, top it off with mashed potatoes, dot with butter, and bake until the topping gets a nice roasted brown hue. What you don't know about shepherd's pie is that it is the perfect dish in which to use those Thanksgiving leftovers because there is no set recipe. Your shepherd's pie is based on what's available in the fridge the morning after Turkey Day. Personally, I like to go with very traditional flavors on Thanksgiving, and then go a little cross-cultural with the leftovers. So here is an Asian-inspired take on Shepherd's pie.
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