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Edamame al sesamo

Edamame al sesamo

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Tenete a freno la fame con lo snack più nutriente che ci sia, gli edamame al sesamo. Gli edamame sono fagioli di soia non ancora maturi e sono ricchi di proteine, fibre e altri nutrienti, ciò li rende uno degli snack più sani e nutriente che ci si possa preparare. Non da ultimo, gli edamame sono saporiti e gustosi. Perfetti a merenda, come antipasto o come aperitivo.


• 1 bag (500g) frozen edamame, thawed
• 2 tbsp reduced salt soy sauce
• 2 tsp roasted sesame seeds
• 1/4 tsp sugar, or any other preferred sweetener


  1. Fill a large pot halfway with water and salt and place on the stove over a high heat. Bring to the boil and add the edamame. Boil for 5-10 minutes then drain.
  2. Serve warm, or divide into individual servings to take with you to work or school the next day. To eat, open the pods along the seam on the side and scoop out the tasty green beans inside. Or if you are more adventurous, try popping them out by slightly squeezing down at the bottom of the beans to pop out of the top, and into your mouth.

Consigli e maggiori informazioni

• Eating edamame the standard way involves using both hands and can be a little messy. To make things tidier, try taking the beans out of their pods before adding the dressing.
• Experiment with other toppings and seasonings, such as hijiki seaweed, shredded daikon radish, white miso, and togarashi spice.