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Edamame beans are high in protein and a favorite with kids. Most families are familiar with these beans by now. However, if you are not, add them to your diet in this dish or as a high-protein snack with a shake of salt - delicious! Ginger adds a snappy flavor and aids in digestion. The combination together is fresh and fun.
1. If you have a rice cooker, place all ingredients in except edamame. If not, bring water, rice and ginger to a boil.
2. Turn down to low, cover with a tight lid, and cook 25 minutes for sushi rice or 35 minutes for brown rice.
3. Toss edamame in when rice is almost cooked.
4. Cover and let stand. Serve with cilantro and tamari.
Nutrients per serving (% daily value)
Nutritional information is based on 6 servings.