Edamame Purée

10 Minutes

super easy

10 to 12

Edamame puree is a creamy, delicious combination of green vegetables that is full of vitamins and minerals

Looking for a healthy, delicious way to add some extra greens to your meals? Look no further than edamame purée! This creamy, flavorful medley of green vegetables is packed with vitamins and minerals, plus it’s versatile enough to be used in almost any dish.

Edamame, also known as young soya beans, are rich in fiber and protein as well as vitamins A and C. To make the purée just steam the beans until softened and then blend with a bit of lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil until you get a thick paste. You can season your edamame puree however you like – adding fresh herbs or onion powder can be great to add extra zing.

The possibilities for edamame purée are endless: it can be used in soups, stews, sauces and salads; dolloped onto roasted vegetables; or even spread on sandwiches and wraps for an extra nutritious boost. It’s also delicious simply served on its own with a sprinkle of salt – you won’t be able to resist its unique flavor! So why not give it a go tonight? Edamame purée is sure to become your new favorite way to enjoy greens!

Why You’ll Love It 

A fun twist on traditional bean dip; edamame purée is equal parts healthy and addictive. It’s perfect for snacking during the day and goes great with just about everything for added nutrient dense flavor

A great staple if you’re looking to eat more whole foods and fresh vegetables

Easy to make ahead of time and great to have on hand

With only 6 ingredients, this recipe is perfect in a pinch and will be a crowd pleaser you will happily return to over and over again

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Recipe Cost Breakdown

      2 bags shelled edamame: $7.38

      5 cloves garlic: $0.3

      2 lemons: $0.96

      1 tbsp thyme: $0.62

      1 handful fresh basil: $1.34

      ½ cup extra virgin olive oil, or more for desired consistency: $1.98

      Total Cost: $12.58

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2 bags shelled edamame, cooked according to package instructions
5 cloves garlic
2 lemons, juiced and zested
1 tbsp thyme
1 handful fresh basil
½ cup extra virgin olive oil, or more for desired consistency
1 tsp salt

Nutritional Information

233 Calories
14 g Total Fat
312 mg Sodium
15 g Total Carbs
1 g Fiber
3 g Sugar
13 g Protein



Blend all ingredients, except oil, in a food processor. Then, add in oil while blending until you receive your desired consistency. Taste, adjust and enjoy with crackers, as a salad topper, open-faced sandwich spread or a side on its own.
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