Parmesan and Garlic Roasted Edamame

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A bunch of you guys asked for the recipe for the Parmesan and Garlic Roasted Edamame that I mentioned in my previous post, so your wish is my command. I love, love, love this recipe and could not stop eating them yesterday. I literally had to stop, think, and pull myself away. Holy yum!

Parmesan and Garlic Roasted Edamame

Parmesan and Garlic Roasted Edamame


  • 16 ounces frozen shelled edamame
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp minced garlic
  • 2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
  2. Combine ingredients in a large bowl and mix well, so edamame is fully coated with olive oil and Parmesan.
  3. Spread edamame on a large baking sheet, toss occasionally, and cook for 40-45 minutes until cheese starts to lightly brown. (If your edamame is already defrosted, your cook time will be less.)
  4. Serve immediately or chill in the refrigerator for a couple of hours and serve cold.

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I tried the edamame right out of the oven as well as cold after being in the refrigerator for a few hours. I preferred them cold, but be sure to try them both ways to see which you like best. Enjoy!

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Question of the Day

Do you like edamame? If so, how do you typically eat it?



  1. I’ve never had edamame but I know it’s a popular snack. I think I’ve avoided it because it reminds me of peas and I don’t like peas…does it taste anything like peas?

  2. I’ve tried steamed edemame and didn’t care much for it, but I’m game to try this recipe! It looks delicious and would be an easy snack to take to work.

  3. I’m going to try this recipe, it looks so simple and easy to make! Not too many ingredients which I love = less money to spend at market, haha. I love putting edamame in salads! I also really love Trader Joes chocolate covered edamame, soooo good!

  4. Edamame is a great source of protein! I eat them steamed in the pod with sea salt. It taste amazing like this..very natural. IDK about eating them cold though! I always have to make sure mine are SUPER hot before eating them.

  5. I LOVE edamame! I usually only eat it plain or steamed with salt, and usually only in restaurants because we never have them in our house. After this though, I may have to go out and get some. I love the simplicity of the ingredients, and they look absolutely fantastic!

  6. Love them through noodles for a super duper protein hit (15-17g per 100g!) They also make a great spread/hummus on toast with radish and some sprouts (alfalfa or watercress and the likes, not brussels!) topped with lots of black sesame seeds!

  7. I usually get it as an appetizer at this place called Jasmine’s (Japanese/Thai) and it’s just steamed with sea salt and it’s wonderful! I think I would really like this recipe too 🙂

  8. Oh yay! We love edamame but I usually eat it steamed with the shells. Then I drench each pod in soy sauce and drag it through my teeth until the beans pop out. This is yummy but soy sauce gives me sausage fingers… not cute.

  9. oh wowww this just SOUNDS delicious!!!! I looooove edamame and typically eat it the “normal” way–just salted and boiled! Lately I’ve been loving the bags of pre-roasted edamame as a snack when I’m out and about, so this one sounds just as good if not better.

  10. I want to like edamame …but got major cramps the couple of times I ate it…fiber? soy product? beans factor? I don’t know!

  11. I love edamame! Unfortunately, I can’t eat it due to a thyroid condition. That being said, I do have a few favorite ways that I used to love eating it. I used to make it into a hummus-like dip (edamame + silken tofu + tahini and a few other things). It’s also great tossed into stir-fries!

  12. The only time I actually eat edamame is when I get sushi. I like eating them right out of the pod with a little salt sprinkled on top. I need to pick some up at the store though. I know they’re packed with nutrients and it’ll be another fabulous veggie to add to the mix. Thanks for sharing!

  13. I love edamame (so does Kay!). I usually have it on top of my salads. I actually think this would be awesome on top of a salad

  14. I love edamame, especially in salads!! These look wonderful! I try not to eat too much soy, but edamame (raw form) is such a tasty snack.

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