Edamame is easy to make at home and tastes just like the Japanese restaurant! All you need is soybeans and salt!
Ok, me too! Grab a few soybeans and let’s get snacking!
I love edamame. I went through this phase where every time I ordered sushi I also ordered a big bowl of edamame to go with it. Then I got to thinking, why don’t we grow our own soybeans? So we bought some seeds, planted them in our containers and BOOM! SOYBEANS! Ok maybe it wasn’t that instant, but it was pretty much that easy. Since the beginning we’ve had lots of luck growing soybeans in containers. This year they have grown to new heights and soon they will be all picked to be frozen and enjoyed for many happy edamame snacking sessions.
- Soybeans (fresh or frozen)
- Sea Salt to Taste
- Bring a pot of water to a rapid boil.
- Add soybeans and boil for 5 minutes.
- Drain soybeans and put soybeans in bowl.
- Sprinkle salt on top and enjoy your edamame!