Wow, when I read “Josh has no self control when it comes to guacamole and donuts” I could have sworn you were talking about my husband, Josh. Pulse until smooth. I can’t wait to give this one a try . xoxo. Sure, he loved the beach and warm weather, but he really loved California’s fresh produce, especially the avocados. It also adds a good dose of protein to balance out all the (healthy) fats. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. I make a salad that has edamame and avocado in it – love the combination! How unusual! Those coming from mexico or other countries are not held to the same strict standards. Two of my favorite things: edamame and avocado. I didn’t think guacamole could get any better, but now know… add edamame!! Serve with chips or vegetables. Cook the edamame in a saucepan of boiling water until tender, 10 to 12 minutes. Can’t wait to try it. We’d love to see your stuff posted at dishfolio.com! Thanks for linking this! When we go out to eat, sometimes I order an appetizer as my main meal. In a food processor, combine the edamame, avocado, lime, Savory Spice Blend, and cumin, and process until smooth. What a great and creative way to use edamama! Leave a comment below and share a photo on Instagram. I know avocados are plenty nutritious, but the addition of all the protein and fiber in edamame makes it much more nutritionally balanced – love it! Josh was tempted to eat the whole bowl, but luckily I was there to stop him. Toss the edamame, soaked cashews, ginger, garlic clove, salt and truffle oil in a food processor and process until relatively smooth. I’ll have to try it soon. Place edamame, garlic, scallions, ginger, miso, truffle oil, cilantro, pepper and salt and pepper in a food processor, process until combined. What a great way to stretch the avocado! can you taste the edamame? Sounds delicious. The standards for oil content are adhered to the best in ca. ½ teaspoon sea salt. Thanks very much for mentioning my edamame dip, and I’m looking forward to exploring more of your recipes! Transfer to a bowl and fold in the tomato, cilantro, onion, and jalapeño (if using). Wait, what? It always seems to work out perfectly with the huge portion sizes these days. The Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook is here. I’ve never made a dip with avocado and edamame before. And then try not to eat the whole bowl. If you love the flavor of Guacamole, but not necessarily the price of avocados in your area, here is a delicious recipe that your family is sure to love. Read More, Your email address will not be published. Edamame has been a long-time favorite snack of mine. Steam the edamame beans according to the package and mash with a fork (or ideally place in a food processor to blend finely). They’re so good I can eat a seemingly endless amount of them right from their pods. Stick to the hass from ca and you will not go wrong. Cook the edamame in a saucepan of boiling water until tender, 10 to 12 minutes. that’s amazing. Sounds too good to be true? This looks and sounds wonderful!! Your blog is lovely and this looks delicious! We thought so too until we tried it and now just cannot get enough edamole! One day he over did it though. Required fields are marked *. Drain and rinse with ice-cold water. Add enough water to make a creamy consistency and pulse again. We made homemade baked tortilla chips to scoop up our guacamole. Yum! This recipe calls for them to be incorporated into a creative take on guacamole, which I love just as much as enjoying them au naturel. *Note-this guacamole is also good as a spread on sandwiches. Create this … He ended up eating the entire bowl of guacamole. Tag @twopeasandpod and hashtag it with #twopeasandtheirpod. Two winning appetizers in one. It is also a great dip for cut up vegetables and I even like it as a sandwich spread. Yum! He used all ten avocados and made a monstrous bowl of guacamole. This (faux) guacamole is made with edamame! Hah I think we’ve all been there! Order Now. great recipe, but even greater story. Add enough water to make a creamy consistency and pulse again. That looks–and sounds–really good! In a medium bowl mash avocado with a fork and mix in the lime juice and edamame. In a food processor, combine the edamame, avocado, lime, Savory Spice Blend, and cumin, and process until smooth. Transfer edamame guacamole to a serving bowl and season with salt and pepper. You’ll Need: 2 cups shelled Edamame beans 2 Tbsp lime juice 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/4 cup red onion, diced 1/2 cup fresh cilantro Your email address will not be published. . I personally don’t like the taste but this sounds intriguing. Wow. The guacamole was so good, he couldn’t stop eating it. Y.U.M. Ah. Dr. Michael Greger & Robin Robertson from The How Not to Die Cookbook. This sounds wonderful! Unlike guacamole, this healthy recipe substitutes edamame for avocados to help you create a healthier version that is high in protein and fiber and low in calories and fat. We are definitely going to try it! I love both, great recipe!! Transfer to a bowl and fold in the tomato, cilantro, onion, and jalapeño (if using). He was working and enjoying his bachelor years along the California coast. Ten avocados in one sitting, not a good idea. I bet I’d love this too – will have to try! Plus, it is good for you! yup. Avocados were on sale, so he went all out and purchased ten. That variation sounds great! It looks like guac and taste like guac, but its better! The edamame mixes in well with the avocado, keeping the bright green color. Two appetizers we always agree on are edamame and guacamole. Since we love them both, I decided to make edamame guacamole. I love guac but adding the edamame sounds like a great way to make the texture more interesting. (Josh has no self control when it comes to guacamole and donuts). This guacamole is full of protein, heart healthy fat, and fiber. All rights reserved. Directions Bring a medium pot of lightly salted water to a boil, add edamame and cook for about 5 minutes, until soft. Cover, remove from heat and set aside. I have made an edamame dip but combining it with avocados and those other ingredients sounds even better! 1/3 cup orange or grapefruit segments. Drain and set aside to cool. In fact, I read your post to him and he was like “I have a twin!” great recipe love the addition of the edamame so healthy and protein rich. He sat down with his chips and started to dip. He was very sick that night, but if you ask him if he would do it again, he would smile and answer-YES! Drain and set aside to cool. Stir. Your food looks just amazing. Josh grew up in California and lived in Santa Cruz after he graduated from the University of Utah. this sounds great! Yum! Skip the chip in favor of raw vegetables, such as carrots or bell pepper strips. Looks and sounds delicious! California hass avocados are the best. Josh loves to make buffalo hot wings and chicken smothered nachos. It isn’t strong. We did not think that was possible either! Put edamame, avocado, cilantro, garlic, onion, jalapeno, and lime juice in the bowl of a food processor and pulse until combined. But this looks a FANTASTIC app. The Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook is here. A few of my favorites are  hummus, vegetable spring rolls, and baked zucchini fries. It just awesome. What a great twist on traditional guacamole, love it!