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Author Notes: Instead of using plain sea salt for the edamame pods, I added matcha to it. This instantly made my mid-afternoon snack extra special. —themessimake.com
teaspoon sea salt
teaspoon matcha powder
cup edamame pods
marter and pestle
- If you have raw edamame, then blanch them in a pot of boiling water for about 5 minutes and drain out the water. Trader Joe’s sells already blanched edamame pods in their refrigerated section so all you need to do to those is microwave for 30 seconds or eat them cold.
- Put the sea salt and matcha powder in the marter and gentle swirl around the pestle to incorporate the sea salt and matcha.
- Sprinkle the matcha salt on cold or warm blanched edamame pods and enjoy!