Ryan and I have loved edamame and we recently discovered that Hayes loves it too! Of course I didn't really enjoy shelling beans for him to eat, so I decided to hunt for pre-shelled beans and came up with this tasty way of cooking them. Enjoy!
Frozen shelled edamame
Thaw your edamame in a colander submerged in cold water. Once thawed, dry on paper towels. And then take a picture of your beans because they are so pretty and green.
Heat some oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add beans and season with whatever floats your boat. I chose garlic powder, onion powder, and salt. Cook while stirring frequently until beans are slightly browned. I actually covered the skillet for a few minutes at the end to ensure the beans were tender enough for my liking. Once they are done, top with parmesan cheese and serve as a side...perhaps with some baked chicken topped with fresh bruschetta. Enjoy!