Edamame soybeans are rich in healthy, non-GMO soy protein. The FDA recommends
that adults consume at least 25 grams of soy protein per day in order
to reduce their cholesterol and risk of cardiovascular disease. Here is
some inspiration for including edamame in your diet.
Fried Brown Rice with Edamame
First, cook brown rice for about 30-40 minutes. When all of the water is
absorbed, remove the rice from the stove and let it cool. Sauté
onions and garlic in a skillet for about two minutes. Stir the brown rice
into the skillet and cook for about three minutes. Next, stir in organic
edamame and carrots. Cook for two minutes, and then add a raw egg, stirring until
the egg is fully cooked.
Corn and Edamame Sauté
Cook garlic and ginger over medium heat for approximately 2-3 minutes.
Increase the skillet’s heat to high, and then add corn, edamame,
and bell peppers. Keep the skillet on high heat for about three to five
minutes, and cook the vegetables until they are soft and tender. Next,
stir in soy sauce, sesame seed oil, and rice vinegar. Cook for about one
or two more minutes until the mixture is warmed all the way through.
Chilled Edamame Soup with Ginger Crème Fraiche
Melt butter in a medium saucepan, and add onion. Cook over medium heat
for about seven minutes, until the onion has softened. Add three cups
of chicken stock and simmer for about 20 minutes on low heat. Add organic
edamame beans, and cook them until tender, for about 10 minutes. Puree
the liquid in a blender until smooth, and then chill for three hours.
Whisk one cup of chicken stock into chilled soup, and garnish with crème
fraiche and fresh, grated ginger.
If you’re interested in buying
organic edamame in the United States, come see us at Seapoint Farms. We sell organic edamame that contains
non-GMO soy protein, which can be used in a variety of healthy snacks
or meals. To learn more about our edamame products, call us today at (888) 722-7098.