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Edamame-Ginger Dip

September/October 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (55 votes)

Think of this dip as an Asian version of hummus, made with edamame, ginger and soy. Serve with rice crackers and/or carrot sticks.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I must have made this wrong or something, because it did not turn out good at all...I don't have a food processor, so i used a blender instead and the edamame just didn't turn out right, and it just tasted strange to me, I don't know why...
Edamame-Ginger Dip Recipe

11 Reviews for Edamame-Ginger Dip

05/13/2013
Anonymous
Delicious asian influenced dip

This is a very addictive dip as well as versatile, would be great on pita or in a wrap with julienne carrots, cucumbers and sprouts. High protein and fiber, low in calories as well. I substituted wasabi paste for hot sauce.

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05/14/2012
Anonymous

This is my go-to dip for get togethers, potlucks, or entertaining at home. So easy to make and I get to share my love for edamame beans-which most people haven't heard of or simply don't know what to do with.

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05/09/2012
Anonymous
An easy to make and healthy dip

I used half the amount of ginger, and substituted a fresh habanero pepper and a tsp of horseradish instead of the hot sauce. Turned out great. I love spicey, next time I'll use 2 habaneros. I eat the dip with fresh veggies...red bell pepper, cucumber and jicama.

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12/14/2011
New...different...great!

I made the recipe as written, but left out the tahini and used the whole 12oz bag of edamame. The ginger flavor is very strong, so I might put in less next time. Very quick and easy to make with ingredients I usually have on hand. I took it to a party and had lots of requests for the recipe!

easy to make
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09/19/2011
Great consistency

Love this! Super simple to make; I even found pre-cooked edamame, so I just had to shell them and throw them in the blender. The fresh ginger/soy sauce combo really makes it.

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