Edamame cheese snack

Edamame cheese snack

Edamame is a popular snack. It is delicious, plant-based, and free from added sugar. But what is it exactly, and what health benefits does it provide?

Young soy beans that are harvested before they have ripened or hardened are known as edamame. You can buy them shelled or in the pod, fresh or frozen.

They are naturally gluten-free and low in calories, they contain no cholesterol, and they are an excellent source of protein, iron, and calcium. They can be an important source of protein for those who follow a plant-based diet.

Try this easy edamame snack recipe!


Edamame (as much as you want)

Cheese that melts well (as much as you want)


1. Defrost edamame.
2. Spread out the cheese in separate blobs in a cold frying pan.
3. Melt the cheese over low heat.
4. Put edamame on top.
5. Without moving things around, heat slowly on low heat.
6. Turn over when the cheese is browned.
7. Cook until edamame is slightly browned.
8. Cut into bite size pieces and enjoy!

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