Friday, August 26, 2016

How to Cook Fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness - Video Recipe

Edamame (green soybeans) are perfect meal starter, commonly served at Japanese restaurants.
This video will show you how to cook fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness.

If you get some fresh Edamame with shells, you want to cook them within a day or they can get bad and lose nutrients quickly. If you cannot eat them on the day you bought, you want to cook and keep them in the freezer. You can keep them good for about a month.

How to Cook Fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness

Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 15min
Number of servings: 4

300g (10.6oz.) unshelled Edamame (green soybeans)
1200ml water
3 tbsp. salt

about 4% salt is the key to the perfect saltiness

1. Cut off both ends of the pods with scissors (in this way salty taste will soak through them). Then rub the Edamame bean pods with 1 tbsp. of salt to remove the surface fuzz.
2. Put water and 2 tbsp. of salt in a large pot. Bring to a boil and add Edamame (leave the salt on). Cook for 3.5 min to 5 min. Little hard is okay. Do not cook more than 5 minutes or they lose the flavor.
3. Drain well in a strainer, then use a fan to cool.

You can keep cooked Edamame in the freezer for a month in a Ziploc bag.


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