17.1.11

edamame spread




I made this yesterday on a whim and Jeremiah, my husband, is already asking for more.
It doesn't take long and you only need three ingredients, edamame, olive oil and garlic.
I just nuked the beans in the microwave with a tiny bit if water for a few minutes and
then popped all the beans out of the pods. On medium heat I warmed about 3 tlb olive oil
and 1 tsp minced garlic. After a minute or so I added to beans to warm altogether. Once
the garlic looks toasted, I scraped everything into a food processor and minced until
everything was like a thick puree.
We liked it with pretzels but it's totally open for interpretation and would probably be
just as good with crackers or other things.

17 comments:

  1. i LVOE edamame. excellent recippe, definitely trying it.

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  2. oh looks delicious!
    thanks for the recipe...

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  3. i love edamame - totally going to try this! thank you.

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  4. So pure and simple. I love it! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. This looks delicious and easy! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Whhhhaaaat?! How have I never heard of this? Thank you for posting! Edamame is so good, and I bet this is beyond tasty...and most importantly, simple!

    ~Kirsten
    http://triplemaxtons.blogspot.com

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  7. Yum...yes please! Thanks for your well wishes too...he's still not sleeping at night (bit better in the day thankfully)! Loving all your thrifty finds of late too! Hope you're all good x

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  8. Hi nice to meet you. How genius - I love recipes that have three ingredients and are still wonderful. Gorgeous pics too. And with the edamame maybe even my kids will eat it. Thanks - Jody

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  9. what a fabulous idea!!!! that looks sooo good. I am going to make that this weekend :D I just love your blog. You give me such great ideas!

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  10. This looks soooo good. I don't have a microwave- I wonder if I can just steam them first?

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  11. This looks right up my ally...wow, must try this recipe..ASAP!

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  12. Who knew edamame could serve so many different purposes! Clever!

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  13. I am so trying this as my next party dip! Thanks for sharing the recipe! xo, Claudia

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  14. This is really interesting... going to give it a try.

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  15. Awesome idea! My husband loves soy beans, so I'll have to make this for him!

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  16. wow this looks so good! i'll have to try it :)

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