Garlic Romano Edamame
The perfect little pick-me-up snack
Delicious, satisfying and relatively high in plant-based protein
1 bag Seapoint Farms Edamame in pods
McCormick garlic bread sprinkle
garlic sea salt
If you’ve ever been to a Japanese restaurant or sushi spot, you’ll likely notice edamame listed under the appetizer section. We gotta tell you that these things are really addicting. It’s really all about the seasoning you put on edamame that makes them stand out. Next time you have the munchies and just want something quick to snack on, give this guilt free recipe a try. They’re packed full of protein, fiber, and flavor.
Steam an entire bag of Seapoint Farms Edamame 4-6 minutes. You don't have to let the edamame thaw. Just add them to your steamer and you're all set.
Sprinkle sea salt and garlic bread sprinkle over your edamame. Give your container a shake and repeat. Don't be shy with the seasoning!
Just a FYI...don't eat the entire edamame pod. Only consume the soy bean inside. Suck on the pod and squeeze out the soy beans inside.
Grocery Store Tips
Edamame will be found in the frozen vegetable section. McCormick's garlic bread sprinkle is a little hard to find. Walmart has it, but not every store carries it for some reason. If you happen to find it, make sure you stock up. You can also buy it on Amazon here.