Edamame are soy beans in their shells. These are pre-cooked and only need to be heated before eating. The sauce in this recipe is a delicious addition. To eat them simply pop the beans from out of the pod straight into your mouth.
What you will need
low sodium soy sauce
toasted sesame seeds
In wok or large frying pan heat the sesame oil
Add the frozen edamame and stir fry until edamame have defrosted and are beginning to go black in places
Add crushed ginger and stir through
Add soy sauce, mirin and lime juice and stir fry until all the liquid has evaporated or is stuck to the edamame
Remove from heat and stir through sesame seeds
Serve as a snack with drinks or a side dish
Per 100 grams
Edamame can be bought from most Asian supermarkets in the frozen vegetable freezer.
Although the sauce is a great addition, in Japan edamame are traditionally eaten simply boiled.