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Wasabi Edamame

Sticking to the Japanese theme with this recipe although not really a canapé, but a yummy snack for a casual get together. It is healthy, quick to make and completely irresistible. I keep making them ...... and eating them. Sucking the little edamame beans out of their fiery shells is my idea of fun. I hope you like them too.


2 tsp wasabi paste

2 tsp grapeseed oil (or a mild oil)

1/2 tsp salt

250g frozen edamame beans (Waitrose and other supermarkets)

Black sesame seeds to sprinkle over


Plunge the beans into boiling water and cook for 3 minutes.

While the beans are cooking, mix the wasabi paste, oil and salt in a medium sized bowl.

When the beans are cooked, drain them and tip them into cold water to cool.

Pat the beans dry and then tip them into the wasabi to coat well. Eat.

- or put them in the fridge for later, they will keep several hours.

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