Edamame is perfect for a stand-alone healthy snack or mixed in a salad with corn and red peppers. These edamame recipes are healthful, easy, and low in calories.
Find fresh soybeans at major markets or health food stores for this healthy side dish.
Edamame, mushrooms, and rice are the stars of this satisfying vegetarian one-dish meal. A sprinkling of Parmesan cheese tops this healthy recipe.
Salty bacon and Cajun seasoning liven up this veggie mixture for a summer barbecue-inspired side dish.
Turn on the broiler to prepare this twist on an Italian omelet that uses shelled sweet soybeans and a blend of Italian cheeses in the recipe.
Fresh green soybeans are tender and sweet with a nutty flavor that complements many grains. Try this colorful pilaf as a filling for cooked winter squash, sweet peppers, apples, or pears. The healthful recipe has almost 20 grams of fiber per serving.
Fresh soybeans (edamame) are seasoned with dill and orange peel in this healthy side dish recipe.
For an even quicker chicken dish, replace the green beans and edamame with 6 to 8 cups coarsely torn romaine lettuce.
Feta cheese croutons provide the topping for this delicious bean soup recipe that's perfect for a diabetic diet.
Replace the traditional lima beans with healthy edamame in this twist on the well-loved side-dish recipe.
Sweet soybeans, kidney beans, and garbanzo beans combine to make this tasty salad recipe that's perfect for your next potluck.
How can a main dish be so good and yet so good for you? The sweet soybeans in this recipe are rich in proteins and vitamins. The hoisin sauce and red chili paste provide the sweet and spicy flavors.
Edamame and peanuts are high in protein, so you won't miss the meat in this vegetarian meal. The homemade peanut sauce makes a delicious seasoning for this fast dinner.