What Should We Do with Fresh Edamame?
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WenJay Y. August 24, 2015
i'm gonna shell them, toast in some sesame oil and sprinkle on seaweed salt and cayenne, and then roast them as a snack!
Sam1148 August 20, 2015
Shell them Boil them in salted water. Slice up those tomatoes. marinate the tomatoes in a vinegar dressing...then layer them out topped with the Endamae, a buttermilk dressing and chives (or basil). Fried bacon garnish optional.
EmilyC August 20, 2015
When I saw this, the first thing that popped in my head is blistering everything on the grill and doing an Asian twist on ratatouille (since you have peppers, eggplant, and tomatoes already!). You could add some rice vinegar and sesame to the mix. Or, if you go the stir-fry route, you could riff off of savorthis' edamame (https://food52.com/recipes/18619-black-bean-orange-peel-edamame) -- I'll bet that sauce would be delicious with the other vegetables as well. For dessert, I would just slice and serve the peaches over ice cream and call it done! : )
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