Edamame (green soybeans) is a delightful little bite, easy to prepare and fun to eat. Edamame is high in protein and has a nutty flavor.
I was recently introduced to this healthy snack by a friend with two small boys (Hunter and Grant). She served this to her 3-year old as part of his lunch. Her 6-year old can eat a plate-full of these like they were candy! She sprinkled my portion with freshly ground garlic sea salt - you can get addicted to these!
Just microwave one 12 oz. package of frozen edamame for 3 minutes and sprinkle with sea salt.
~Jenn, Hunter and Grant
Friday, January 28, 2011
Crispy Edamame with Garlic Sea Salt
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Glad you enjoyed one of their FAVE snacks!ReplyDelete
This would be a great snack when I am watching tvReplyDelete
We eat them like this for snacks! Yum. I found your great blog while blog hopping today. I look forward to future posts. HugsReplyDelete
This is a favorite snack in our house, too...but I've always used just plain sea salt. I'm definitely going to try some garlic sea salt next time...YUM! We also do the same thing with fresh garbanzo beans when we're able to get them.ReplyDelete
Patti - here's a little something for you. Stop by when you have time. No obligation to repost! :)ReplyDelete