Recipe by babymongrol
"This dip is perfect with tortilla chips or as a spread for a sandwich. Hot sauce can be omitted or lessened if you want it milder."
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shelled edamame (green soybeans)
tightly packed cilantro
avocado, peeled, pitted and cubed
chile-garlic sauce (such as Sriracha®)
salt and pepper to taste
Excellent recipe! Followed it to the letter and it is definetly double dip worthy. Has a lot of health ingredients, too.
Pretty good recipe the edamame was hardly distinguishable. My onion may have been extra hot but to me that flavor was a bit too strong. I like the idea of adding an extra avacado and if I make this again I think that's just what I'll do.
Yum.. I had this with some pita crisps, jicama and carrots.. tasty. I think I liked it with pita crisps the best. I left out the oil because I felt there was enough fat in the avocado.. was great
stick to the recipe, its perfect!
Okay, so I decided to try this out to step away from the normal guac and it turned out really well. I modded the recipe a little to work with what I had in my kitchen. I subbed a stalk of chives for the cilantro, a lime for a lemon and chicken stock for olive oil. I also decided to sweeten the onions up by sautéing them in the last drops of my olive oil. And I used two avocados that were medium sized. So the recipe may have been changed around a good bit but the heart of it was the same. The guac/dip/spread had a great nutty flavor while still allowing the richness of the avocado to play with the citrus and spices present. And just to backup the validity of this seemingly odd recipe, two of my hispanic friends who have grown up with and enjoy authentic guacamole LOVED it. Make this the next time you're looking for a little change of pace!
OK..this is my first review and I'll be the first to review this. Loved it! Very healthy and tasty. I experimented @ a family gathering and got great reviews. My husband wanted to keep it all for himself and asked me to make it again. Sister-in-law suggested an additional avocado...may try next time.
Easy to make and tastes fantastic -- everyone thought it was guacamole.
I made this except for the cilantro because I was out of that, and it was delicious. I look forward to making it again with the cilantro as that is a favorite of mine. Thank you!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Avocado and Edamame Dip
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 121
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