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  • Leslie Anglesey

    "Freaky Edamame" ~ Tried to make it like Mikuni and this was as close as I could get. Heat 1-2T sesame oil over med-high heat. Add edamame (fresh, not frozen, ends snipped) stir fry 2-3 min. Lower heat to med, add 2 cloves minced garlic and 2-3 pinches of sea salt and cayenne pepper. Stir fry another 2-3 min. Serve warm. Spicy and YUMMY! Squeeze fresh lemon

  • Karen Burns
    Karen Burns • 1 year ago

    I will try this ~ love Mikuni's version!

  • Kevin Andrews
    Kevin Andrews • 24 weeks ago

    Shichimi Togarashi is the missing secret spice. Gotta go to a Japanese market to find it, but if you use that in conjunction with garlic and smidge of salt, bingo! Thawed frozen "5 minute" beans from Trader Joe's work fine, just go easy on the salt because TJ's beans are already lightly salted.

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