Recipe by CHRISTINECHAPPELL
"Instead of using lima beans I like to use soybeans to make a succotash."
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1 (12 ounce) package
frozen edamame (green soybeans), thawed
1 (10 ounce) can
whole kernel corn, drained
seasoned salt to taste
This was great. I wanted to experiment with edamame and found this recipe. Did reduce the oil to 1 tsp and added minced garlic. Otherwise made it as given. We really liked it. Great crunch and the natural veggie sweetness came through. I would have never thought to use seasoned salt. Good choice. Thanks, Christine.
Steaming Edamame, lima beans and corn save lots of calories. You can make yummy succotash by steaming these veggies together and then just adding some Butterbuds, salt and pepper.
This was awesome! I took a lot of liberties...eliminated the oil, added kidney beans, a bunch of different spices. It was great all around. You could make this a bunch of different ways, and never get bored.Great idea to substitute the edamame for the lima bean. I never did like lima beans.
Love this! I like lima beans, but love edamame, so I'd take this recipe over traditional succotash any day. Only thing I do differently is add some dried thyme, but you could season it any way you like. I may have added a clove of garlic from time to time, too! Frozen corn works well, too.
This is really good. It makes alot, I think next time I will cut it in half b/c we had alot leftover. I made exactly as written using tastefully simple seasoned salt to spice it up. I will be making this again. Thanks!
A lovely simple side-dish. Thanks for sharing.
A really good change of pace. My 4 year old son didn't like his *green corn*, though, LOL!!
This isn't bad. You have to like edamame to really appreciate this dish. It's got a very strong flavor. But it's a nice alternative. I might make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 181
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