Green Edamame Dip For St. Paddy’s Day or Anytime

Today I had my annual trip to The Side Door, a free hang out spot for middle schoolers from 2:15-5PM. You know, the time when most kids get into trouble…..

http://kids.baristanet.com/2011/09/side-door-middle-school-hangout/

Last year I presented them with the shocking green shake for St. Paddy’s Day but today I thought I would mix it up with some award winning edamame dip. They LOVED it!!!!

You all may know the recipe from the GMC Trade Secrets where I won first place in the cooking video contest last Fall but here is the award winning video again!

http://takebackthekitchen.com/videos/

Do you think your kid would like this? Have you tried it? Please let me know in the comments section!

Edamame Dip:

one lb shelled frozen edamame beans boiled for 5 minutes and cooled
1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup rice vinegar
1 TBS agave syrup or sugar
1 tsp salt

Puree all ingredients until creamy in a food processor and serve with vegetable sticks or crackers/pita chips. YUM!!!

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5 comments

  1. Dina says:

    Both my kids (6 and 1) go crazy for this recipe. Emily especially (the 1-year-old), as she sucks it right off the cracker, hands me the cracker and says, “more dip? all done cackah!”

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