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Japanese-Style Steamed Edamame

furikake-toasted garlic salt, sriracha-sesame oil
4.5 stars
(201 reviews)
  • Vegetarian
  • No Dairy Added
  • No Egg Added
Here's an update on the steamed edamame that satiate your appetite when you first arrive at a Japanese restaurant. We've used a spicy sriracha-sesame oil to coat the beans and a salty furikake seasoning adds umami flavor to give this side dish some depth. Shake these up well before serving to ensure even coating.
Nutrition
Servings Per Container: 1.0
Amount Per Serving*
Calories 370
Total Fat 21g
Saturated Fat 2.5g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 890mg
Total Carbs 26g
Dietary Fiber 10g
Sugars 7g
Protein 22g
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

5 Stars
Pretty much the only time I spent $5 on cooked Edamame and thought it was worth it. The furikake and sriracha-sesame oil make these soybeans taste like crack.
5 Stars
Why isn't this everywhere? The best ever. Why are people just giving me kosher salt when I could have been eating something like this all along?
3 Stars
Salt bomb
5 Stars
This was REALLY good. I was expecting plain edamame. But the sauce and goodies they give you on the side to add to it were amazing! We dumped them on, put the lid back on and shook it to coat. Would order these again often.
5 Stars
Loved the herb seasoning
5 Stars
The best! I got two!
3 Stars
Really thick and tough outer shell...took awhile to pop that pod!
2 Stars
Kind of boring.