3 Ways to Cook With Frozen Edamame

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Savory soybeans

by Susan Hall
From Health magazine

We asked three famous foodies to share their own favorite ways to use soybeans.

Edamame 'Guacamole' With Chile-Dusted Pita Chips
Try this zesty mock-guacamole dip from Chris Santos, the co-owner of and award-winning executive chef at The Stanton Social in New York City. Soybeans are high in a class of phytochemicals called isoflavones, which may help prevent heart disease and fight cancer. Leave out the ribs and seeds of the jalapeno if you prefer a less heat.

Try this recipe: Edamame 'Guacamole' With Chile-Dusted Pita Chips

Next: Edamame-and-Pear Crostini

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