Edamame with Sesame and Soy

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Prep Time

1 min

Cook Time

3-4 mins

Free Time

to pick out tomorrow’s outfit

You can cook delicious edamame straight from the freezer— with just a few ingredients to dress it up —  in the microwave. This snack-friendly recipe packs a protein punch and is ready in just a few minutes. It’s the perfect pick-me-up or appetizer for kids and grownups alike.

All of Anyday’s recipes are tested (and retested!) in many different microwaves and home kitchens to make sure they work — and work well. 


Vegetables, edamame, Japanese, Deep Dish, Shallow Dish, Small Dish, side dish Vegetables

What You’ll Need

What You’ll Need

The Small Dish

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Microwave oven by power - 700w



The Small Dish


  • 2 cups (160g) shell-on edamame, frozen
  • 2 teaspoons sesame oil
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • salt, to taste


  1. Combine frozen edamame and sesame oil in the Anyday. Cover with lid (knob lifted) and shake the dish to evenly coat the pods.
  2. Cook in the microwave for 3-4 minutes, or until edamame is steaming and hot.
  3. Season with soy sauce and salt to taste.

Serving suggestions & tips

  • Sprinkle furikake or toasted sesame seeds over edamame for added flavor.
  • Drizzle some chili oil or chili crisp for a bit of heat.
  • Try substituting the soy for balsamic and sprinkling some parmesan cheese.

Recipe notes

  • This recipe works great with shelled edamame and also with snap peas or green beans.
  • Microwave ovens vary, even with the same wattages. Adjust cooking times as needed.