This blistered edamame is seasoned with soy sauce and lime juice and comes together in ten minutes or less! A healthy side dish that could not be easier!
This blistered edamame has got me feeling like I’m at my favorite sushi place.
Except I’m totally not. I’m currently sitting at home in my pajamas with this huge bowl of edamame seasoned with soy sauce and lime, (that I’m not sharing BTW) and didn’t have to pay $10 bucks for it all.
I also didn’t have to order it, or wait impatiently for it like I usually do at a restaurant.
I made these blistered edamame in 8 mins! Lemme say that again- I made these blistered edamame IN 8 MINUTES.
I know the title says 10 minutes but that’s me really just giving people some lag time.
You know if your phone rings, you have to pee, or you have a child (really me, I’m basically a child) spill an entire cup of juice on the floor during the time your making this.
Seriously though, this healthy side dish could be not be easier or faster.
How to make blistered edamame:
First, buy the frozen edamame pods. Microwave them for a few minutes, and then blister them in a super hot pan with olive oil and soy sauce.
When they are crispy and blackened, its time to take em off the heat. Sprinkle them with fresh lemon or lime and a pinch of Maldon (fancy crunchy salt) and you are done.
Not including the time it took you to clean up the mess “your child” made.
10 Minute Blistered Edamame
- 1 14 oz bag frozen edamame pods2 tablespoons olive oil1 tablespoon soy sauce1 lime or lemon cut in halfSea salt, such as Maldon for sprinkling
- In a microwavable bowl, add the edamame and microwave for 3 minutes.Meanwhile heat the olive oil over medium-high heat in a large saute pan.Add the edamame to the pan, stir once or twice, and sauce for 2 minutes.Add the soy sauce, stir once more, then leave the edamame alone (no more stirring) f0r 2-3 more minutes.When the pods are crispy and blackened, take them off the heat, juice the edamame with the lime or lemon and sprinkle with salt.