Hot honey roasted edamame is an easy sweet and spicy edamame recipe shelled and roasted. A simple gluten-free nutritious snack or appetizer for your next party!
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Hot Honey Roasted Edamame Recipe
After going on a taste tour to Iowa soybean farms with Best Food Facts and the United Soybean Board, I’m excited to share this new recipe for roasted edamame you can easily make at home. (Visit here to learn more about my taste tour.)
When I visit my favorite restaurants, one of our favorite appetizers is edamame. I have never made it at home until now.
I absolutely LOVE hot honey and mixing spicy honey with shelled edamame seemed like a great combo. Turns out, it was amazing!
Roasted edamame with hot honey is a delicious and easy low-carb snack.
What is Edamame?
Edamame are soybeans harvested at a fresh green stage. They are often served in the shell as a tasty appetizer.
4 Great Benefits of Edamame
- Complete protein source
- Has fiber
- Heart healthy fats
- High in isoflavones (Reduces hot flashes)
Soy Isoflavones for Women
- May alleviate hot flash frequency.
- May decrease risk of breast cancer and other hormone dependent cancers.
- May decrease fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
Is Edamame Gluten-Free?
Edamame beans are naturally gluten-free and no cholesterol. They provide protein, iron, and zinc.
What is Hot Honey?
If you’ve never tried hot honey, it’s fantastic. Hot honey is chili pepper infused honey, so you get a slight kick of heat flavor along with the sweet honey taste.
You can find hot honey at your local grocery store. I highly recommend getting a bottle for cooking or just drizzling over soft cheese such as goat cheese. YUM!
After testing a few different ways to make edamame, the hot honey roasted edamame technique in the oven was the tastiest. Best of all… it’s super easy with only a few steps!
More Nutritious Recipes
Visit BestFoodFacts.org to find more healthy recipes!
Thank you Best Food Facts for introducing me to such amazing U.S. farmers and helping me to learn more about the health benefits of soy foods!
I hope you enjoy this recipe! Here are a few more you might enjoy:
Hot Honey Roasted Edamame
- Preheat the oven to 375°F.
- Place the edamame in a large bowl, add the oil and hot honey. Mix until coated well.
- Add edamame in a single layer to a baking sheet.
- Bake for 6 minutes, stir then bake another 6 to 9 minutes until the edamame has some brown spots.
- Remove from the oven and sprinkle with garlic salt.
- Add to a serving bowl and garnish with a pinch of red chili pepper.