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Garlic Edamame | A Savory And Nutritious Snack

by Muhammad Nabeel
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What Sets Edamame Apart?

If you’re feeling snacks, give garlic edamame a go! This soybean treat is super delish and totally healthy, perfect for munching any time of day. It’s a popular nosh in Asia (especially Japan), and for good reason – edamame is loaded with good stuff like protein and fiber, making it a great choice for plant-based peeps.

All you need to create garlic edamame is a handful of basic ingredients. Just grab some frozen edamame at the store, then snag some garlic, soy sauce, and butter to whip up this tasty treat.

What is Edamame?

Edamame, a young and green soybean, is a tasty treat enjoyed in Japan and other Asian countries that have recently gained popularity worldwide for its nutritious value. It is a fantastic source of protein, containing all nine essential amino acids, which makes it an excellent pick for plant-based diets. Furthermore, it is packed with fiber, folate, vitamin K, and manganese, while being low in calories and fat, providing a healthy option for weight management.

When you’re ready, follow the instructions on the edamame bag to cook them. After cooking, drain them and leave them alone. Take another pan and mix the melted butter and minced garlic until the garlic smells amazingly good and looks golden brown. Please don’t overdo it, though, because burnt garlic can be nasty and ruin your snack.


Add the soy sauce to the pan and make everything blend together nicely. A word of caution: don’t pour in too much soy sauce, or you’ll end up with overly salty edamame. Once you’ve got a good mix, toss the cooked edamame into the pan and stir it so that the sauce gets everywhere.

Pop the edamame in the pan for a bit, and give ’em a stir every now and then until they’re piping hot and soaked in the soy and garlic sauce. Plate the garlic edamame while it’s still steamin’ and garnishes with some scallions or sesame seeds for that extra flavor and texture.

You can also try these recipes like Edamame Noodles and The Best Edamame Salad Recipe.

Why Garlic Edamame

Garlic edamame is such a versatile dish that can work as a snack when you’re having mates round or as a side dish to any of your fave Asian dishes. It’s also a top choice for veggies and vegans as it’s a protein powerhouse and full of essential nutrients.
Not only is it good for ya, but the garlic edamame is also just so darn tasty.

The mix of garlic, butter, and soy sauce results in a rich and savory sauce that balances the nutty taste of the edamame just perfectly. And don’t forget about the crispy crunch of the scallions and sesame seeds – it’s the cherry on top! Garlic edamame is an effortless and delicious snack or side dish that’ll impress anyone.

It’s quick to whip up, good for ya, and packed with flavor. So why not give it a go next time you’re lookin’ for a snack you won’t regret later?

Garlic Edamame Ideas

To spice things up when making garlic edamame, there are countless possibilities to try. Adding chili flakes, ginger, or sesame oil to the sauce can elevate the flavor while experimenting with different types of salt such as sea salt or Himalayan pink salt can provide an alternative taste sensation.

Garlicky edamame is a dope dish to serve at kickbacks or shindigs. It’s hella easy to whip up in huge servings, and it’ll be a hit with everyone. And it beats the heck out of greasy party staples like nachos and queso.

In sum, garlicky edamame is a yummy and wholesome snack that hits the spot wherever you’re at. It’s straight-up effortless to make, jam-packed with good stuff for your body, and bursting with dope flavor. So whether you want a quick and simple snack or a healthful side dish, hit up garlicky edamame and thank us later!

Garlic Edamame Recipe


  • 1 bag frozen edamame
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • coarse sea salt
  • low sodium soy sauce (+ wasabi, if you have it!)


  • Boil the edamame as directed on the bag. Drain and set aside
  • In a large pan, heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • Crush 3 cloves of garlic, but leave 1 clove. Place it in a pot with the edamame (I made it in two batches) and fry until the outside of the edamame is just brown
  • Set the edamame bowl to the side and serve it in a large bowl
  • Serve with reduced-salt soy sauce (which usually works, but it’s pretty strong, so you might want to dilute it a bit), and add wasabi paste if you have it


How to eat edamame garlic?

If you’ve never eaten edamame, you should know that the pods are not edible – squeezing the pods will release the edible beans. You can smoke the pods, as contact with the soy-garlic mixture can make it full of flavor.

What is hot edamame made from?

It consists of crushed raw red pepper, vinegar, and salt. It is also sold at most grocery stores. Please check the international passage. When the edamame is boiled, just mix it with the sauce.

Is edamame a bean?

Edamame is whole, immature soybeans and is sometimes called vegetable soybeans.


To put it simply, garlic edamame is a sick snack or side dish that’s chock-full of all the good stuff and bursting with flavor. Edamame – which is a type of soybean – is hella nutritious, packed with protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, making it a sick option for anyone wanting to load up on plant-based goodness.

When you mix edamame with garlic, butter, and soy sauce, it gets all yummy and provides a satisfying umami flavor that’s super sick. Throw on some scallions or sesame seeds, and you’ll get some crunchy textures that take the dish higher than a kite.

Garlic edamame is so versatile, that it’s dope for all types of parties and get-togethers, or as a side dish with your favorite Asian-inspired grub. And the sickest part? It’s easy as pie to make, so you can whip up some sick snacks in a jiffy.
All in all, garlic edamame is a bomb-ass snack or side dish that’s both healthy and delicious. So, next time you get the munchies, give this sick dish a try and get ready to have your taste buds blown away!

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