Make your own restaurant-style Steamed Edamame at home in just 10 minutes or less!

10-Minute Restaurant-Style Steamed Edamame

Spiced Edamame : Toss tender, cooked edamame pods in a homemade chili salt made using chili powder, red pepper flakes and dried oregano. The spicy blend complements the beans' mildly sweet flavor.

Healthy Appetizer Recipes : Food Network

Spiced Edamame : Toss tender, cooked edamame pods in a homemade chili salt made using chili powder, red pepper flakes and dried oregano. The spicy blend complements the beans' mildly sweet flavor.

1 package frozen shelled edamame  1 tbsp olive oil  ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese  ¼ tsp garlic powder  salt and pepper to taste  Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Let frozen edamame thaw on the countertop. Dry on paper towel if necessary.  Mix parmesan cheese, garlic powder, salt and pepper in a bowl. In separate bowl, toss edamame with olive oil.  Add the parmesan-spice mixture to the edamame

Crispy Parmesan Garlic Edamame

1 package frozen shelled edamame 1 tbsp olive oil ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese ¼ tsp garlic powder salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Let frozen edamame thaw on the countertop. Dry on paper towel if necessary. Mix parmesan cheese, garlic powder, salt and pepper in a bowl. In separate bowl, toss edamame with olive oil. Add the parmesan-spice mixture to the edamame

Veggie-Stacked Pita Pockets : Instead of cold cuts, try fresh veggies, cheese and smear of hummus on whole-grain pita bread — it will reignite your love for sandwiches.

Healthy Lunch Recipes : Food Network

Veggie-Stacked Pita Pockets : Instead of cold cuts, try fresh veggies, cheese and smear of hummus on whole-grain pita bread — it will reignite your love for sandwiches.

Baby Spinach with Almonds and Golden Raisins : Yes, both bacon and butter can be part of healthy recipes! Use just a small amount of each in this Spanish-inspired side dish, saving the butter for the very end so it has more impact.

Easy Healthy Side Dish Recipes : Food Network

Baby Spinach with Almonds and Golden Raisins : Yes, both bacon and butter can be part of healthy recipes! Use just a small amount of each in this Spanish-inspired side dish, saving the butter for the very end so it has more impact.

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