Roasted Edamame

Roasted Edamame

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I’m always looking to try a new snack. Whether it is sitting in my cube, or sitting at home watching TV winding down after a day at work- I could always go for a snack. In the past, my go-to snack would be popcorn. I love me some popcorn. However, on Pinterest and many health articles, I have seen the idea of roasting edamame. I usually throw some in a bowl, pour water over them, microwave them for a minute or two, throw some lemon pepper on there and call it a snack. I was intrigued and wanted to try this twist on one of my favorite snacks.

First and foremost, let’s start with the edamame. I bought “Shelled Edamame” meaning, they were already taken out of their shells. That way, I didn’t have to spend a ton of time popping each bean pod by pod. I made two different types of roasted edamame because there were so many beans, I couldn’t fit them all on one pan. The first kind I made was just your classic salt and pepper. The second kind was garlic parmesan. Both varieties were delicious. I ate a few handfuls after they were cooled down out of the oven, and today I have them as a topping on my salad for lunch.

Below, as always, you will find a printable recipe containing what you need and what you’ll need to do to make this addicting snack.

I have been brainstorming like crazy, and I cannot wait to share all the recipes I have with you all! Look out for some Thanksgiving ideas (hopefully food and DIY decorations)! If you don’t already, which if you’re receiving this e-mail you do, please subscribe to my blog via e-mail. You will see this option on the right hand-side. It says “Subscribe via E-Mail!” Thank you! Now, without further ado, here is the recipe card I promised!
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Roasted Edamame

Ingredients

  • 1 bag Shelled Edamame
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Oil, melted
    For the Salt and Pepper
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Black Pepper
    For the Garlic and Parmesan
  • 1 tsp Granulated Garlic
  • 1 tsp Parmesan

Instructions

  • Thaw your edamame by placing them in a colander and running hot water over them
  • Place half the edamame on the baking sheet, and pat them dry with a paper towel
  • Drizzle your melted coconut oil over them and shake them around to make sure each bean is evenly covered
  • Sprinkle your salt and pepper and shake to ensure even coverage
  • Repeat those steps, but replace the salt and pepper with garlic and parmesan, and there you have it!
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