Roasted Edamame in Pod Recipe is a healthy appetizer or snack recipe with just four ingredients. Crunchy, salty, finger-licking good food!
Holy Moly!!! I really like steamed edamame but roasting take them to a whole new level! Roasted Edamame is the bomb diggity!! The roasting enhances the flavor, and the slightly charred shells add a smokey essence. It really packs a flavorful punch. Quick and healthy!
I really try to eat healthy 80+ percent of the time. I enjoy running and it burns a lot of calories, but running also increases your appetite. When I snack or when I’m at home, I try to have healthy, low-calorie, and nutrient-dense foods. Edamame is a super-food to me. It’s crunchy, zesty, gluten-free, vegan snack is full of nutrients!
It’s great as a snack or appetizer, but also try adding edamame to your salads.
The pods of edamame are inedible. Pop the beans out of the pod before you eat them.
Roasted Edamame in Pod Recipe Tips
- Edamame is high in protein with one cup having 18.46 g of protein.
- It is high in fiber.
- Additionally, it is high in folate, vitamin K, thiamine, riboflavin, iron, copper, and manganese.
- Edamame may reduce the risk of breast cancer and lower cholesterol.
- As well, consuming edamame may reduce menopausal systems and the risk of prostate cancer.
- Steamed edamame contains just 189 calories per cup.
Crispy, crunchy, and perfectly portable edamame is a fun, waist-line friendly snack that’s great for parties & game-day spreads. This healthy, light edamame is a great travel, work, or anytime snack that packs a protein and fiber-filled munch!
Furthermore, cooking edamame is simple. Unlike most other beans, edamame doesn’t require a long time to cook. Boiling it for 3–5 minutes is usually sufficient, but it can also be steamed, microwaved, pan-fried, or roasted! I’ve tried all these cooking methods and roasting may take longer, but it also provides the most flavor.
Roasted Edamame in Pod Recipe
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- 12 ounce package edamame frozen, in their pods
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper freshly ground
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
- Toss edamame in olive oil, salt, and pepper until well-coated.
- Spread in a single layer on a baking sheet.
- Roast in the preheated oven about 20 minutes.
- Serve immediately.
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