The perfect quick snack, frozen edamame with sesame seeds, sriracha and sesame oil is so easy and delicious.
Edamame sprinkled with salt is one of my favourite snacks, I like to call it, the every creative that I am “edamame snack”. It’s packed with protein, is fun to eat and satisfies that salty craving, however, it can get a little boring. That’s where this edamame recipe comes in. With a nutty undertone from sesame oil, a satisfying crunch from the sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds, a spicy kick from sriracha and salty flavour from soy sauce, this five ingredient quick edamame snack recipe will be your go-to after school snack. Who knew something so simple could satisfy so many cravings!
I love this edamame recipe because it take about 5 minutes to cook up which makes it the perfect study break. Then, I can munch on it while I finish up some readings, storyboarding or studying. Of which I did none this weekend. Sometimes you just need to take a weekend off, you know? Last week was wonderful, but my batteries needed recharging. I spent the weekend recipe testing and catching up on blogs. It was just what I needed and good for my soul. I’m a little over a week away from going into production on a school project which is a short film I wrote, am producing and directing. I’m totally freaking out, but trying to take things in little steps so I don’t get overwhelmed, it seems to be working for now. Anyways, it’s full speed ahead for the next week and a half, and I’ll be snacking on this quick five-ingredient edamame snack the whole time.
Food for thought
“If you neglect to recharge a battery, it dies. And if you run full speed ahead without stopping for water, you lose momentum to finish the race.” – Oprah Winfrey
Make yourself a simple and fresh snack, and let me know if you try this edamame in the comments below.