August 3, 2012

Spiced Edamame Soybeans 涼拌毛豆

boiled edamame, recipe, boiled soybeans, chinese, cold dish, edamame, recipe, soybeans, 涼拌, 毛豆
By Published: 2012-08-03
This addictive little spiced edamame dish is soooo easy to make and so yummy to eat that it's unbelievable.  You could make them as one of the dishes for a chinese dinner or you could boil up a pot full and have them around for snacks.  They go great with beer too!  And the little ones love popping the lovely green soybeans out straight into their mouths to crunch on (and it's a great protein source!).  

So if you see these fresh at the market grab a bag; I guarantee you'll love eating these green pods as much as we do. 

boiled edamame, recipe, boiled soybeans, chinese, cold dish, edamame, recipe, soybeans, 涼拌, 毛豆
Spiced Edamame Recipe 涼拌毛豆
(Prep time: 5 mins  Cook time: 5 mins)

Ingredients 

Directions:

Wash the edamame well.  Cut off the tips on each side (this will allow the salty water to permeate the pod).  Once the water is boiling, add salt, wine and spices and stir till dissolved.  Taste for ocean saltiness and adjust.   Add beans and cook for 5 minutes.  Scoop out immediately and let cool.  Reserve the cooking water and pour some into the serving dish along with the edamame.  

Tip: These are really great chilled too so you can make a bunch and then stick the boiled edamame in the fridge and munch on them whenever you need a snack!

Veggie-licious Recipes at The Hong Kong Cookery: 


hangzhou, hong kong, bamboo, chinese, hangzhou, mushroom, recipe, stir fry, stirfry, vegetable, vegetarian, 冬筍炒冬菇, 炒二冬Stir Fry Bamboo and Mushrooms  炒二冬 | 冬筍炒冬菇

Buddha’s delight, celebration, chinese, chinese new year, Nam Yue, Nam Yue Luohan Zhai, recipe, red fermented bean curd, vegetarian, 南乳炆齋, 南乳羅漢齋, 南乳齋煲Red Bean Curd Buddha’s Delight Luohan Zhai 南乳炆齋

0 comments:

Post a Comment