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Dec 9, 2004 01:56 PM

recipes needed with shelled edamame

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I bought a bag of the shelled edamame from TJs. I have heard of people tossing the edamame with pasta and I was thinking of using it with risotto. Any recipes for these or other ideas?

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  1. Definately with pasta - toss it into a Primavera or bake it in a casserole. My husband makes a terrific modified tuna noodle with more spice, no cheese and fat free cream sauce which works well with edamame. I just made a Thai noodle dish with lemongrass, lime, giger, fish sauce, chilies and veggies (including edamame) the other night.

    1. You can use edamame in recipes that used shelled peas.

      1. They can be substituted for lima beans or peas.

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        1. re: Tracy L.

          I cook up sausage in a pan and add the shelled edamame to that, heat a little more, add a few shakes of Lawry's seasoned salt. It's good with the soy sausage, too.

        2. The most common Chinese dish with shelled edamame is to stir fry with tofu skin.

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          1. re: Wendy Lai

            And preserved mustard greens and garlic....


          2. I like to throw them into my fried rice in place of peas. Other ingredients: Chinese sausage, scallions, scrambled egg, frozen corn.