Spinach, edamame, thinly shaved garlic, red pepper flakes, and toasted sesame oil make this side dish pop!
Garlic is sauteed briefly in toasted sesame oil, then add boiled soybeans and red pepper flakes.
Add baby spinach and a little sea salt and cook just until the spinach is wilted.
Excellent served as an accompaniment to the Filet Mignon with Madeira Sauce.
6 thoughts on “Hot & Garlicky Spinach and Soybeans”
I’d love to have some of this now.
I’m with Simona. It looks wonderful. I love that pink pan BTW 🙂
Hi Simona and Maryann – I think it is that beautiful green color that makes it so appealing.
The pink pan is a gift from my friend Heather, Marketing Coordinator for blinQ housewares. The pink pan and the green spinach look especially pretty together, don’t you think?
Perfection – the dish and the photograph.
I love it.
We discovered edamame beans earlier this summer and love them.
I will be trying your recipe out.
Welcome Charlotte – I just visited your site for the first time. It is terrific. I liked your recipe for edamame soup.
If you make this recipe, remember to take care not to overcook the garlic (which I have done before) as it can turn bitter.