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Edamame, Buffalo Style.

February 1, 2010

Ahoj, internet friends!

Willie mentioned a few posts back that I fed him some buffalo edamame. What is buffalo edamame? Why, edamame in a sort of buffalo sauce, naturally.

This recipe is quick, simple and tasty. It also makes a great side, this recipe makes about 2 side servings.

Buffalo-Style Edamame

(Buffalo Edamame accompanied by some vegan haggis and a massaged kale salad)

What you need:

Roughly a cup of edamame (I use frozen)

2 Tablespoon Earth Balance (or butter/margarine of your choice)

1 Tablespoon hot sauce (preferably, Frank’s Red Hot)

1 Teaspoon Basil

What to do:

1. In a frying pan, melt the butter on medium-low heat and heat until it begins bubbling.

2. Add the hot sauce and basil and mix well.

3. Add the frozen edamame (if you are using fresh, add about a TB of water)

4. Cook on medium-high heat until the edamame are slightly browned.

5. Eat Up!

Note: This makes a not-too-spicy version, if you would like it spicier, add another 1/2 TB of hot sauce, but I wouldn’t recommend much more than that.

On a mostly unrelated note, I came across this awesome collection of Polish movie posters!

This one is my fave:

Until We Eat Again,

Caitlin

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2 comments

  1. How did you like the vegan haggis? It sounds fascinating but a little bit scary at the same time.


    • It was really amazing! Willie and I both agreed that calling it haggis was kind of off putting, especially to a bunch or vegetarians. But I recommend biting the bullet and ignoring the gross title!



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