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7.19.2011

EDAMAME Salad 枝豆サラダ

Hi Hi!
How's everything going everyone?
Japan is horribly hot !! I don't need anything but EDAMAME!!!
Here is super quick healthy salad for you!
bon appetit!

*Ingredients* 4 serving
Shelled EDAMAME 1/2 U.S.cup
15 Boiled shrimp (small-medium)
1 tomato
1 and 1/2oz cheese
1 tbsp Dressing
Salt to taste
Cilantro (only if you like)

*Directions*
1. Prepare Edamame according to package directions. if you use frozen shrimp, prepare it as well.

2. Dice tomato and cheese.
3. Toss all ingredients in dressing. any dressing would be fine.(I used Italian dressing.)

4. Let it cool in a refrigerator.


スーパーで枝豆を見つけました。
暑いと食欲も失せてしまうけれど、茹でた枝豆や冷や奴やスライストマトは食べれます。あ、あとお素麺も。
アメリカに住んでいる頃、枝豆はヘルシーな食材「EDAMAME」として人気があって、普通にスーパーでも冷凍のものなどが売られていたのをよく見かけました。
そういや、ベッカムの奥さんも枝豆ダイエットで痩せてたよねー。痩せなくても細いのに〜。
アメリカの子供達も枝豆が好きで、枝豆のコロッケを作ってあげた時は、大人にも子供にも大絶賛されたっけ〜。
ごろごろ枝豆が入ってる。
私はあらゆる豆類の食べ物が好きなので、枝豆ってテンション上がるわ〜。

では、簡単過ぎる枝豆サラダの作り方へまいりましょ。

*材料* 4人前くらい
さやを取った枝豆 1/2カップ強
茹で小エビ 15尾
トマト 1個
チーズ 45g
ドレッシング(お好みのもので結構です!) 大さじ1
塩 少々

*作り方*
1. 塩で揉んだ枝豆を熱湯で茹で、あら熱が取れたらさやから出しておく。(冷凍のものでもOK.)

2. トマトとチーズを角切りにし、冷えた枝豆と和え、お好きなドレッシングで和え、塩で味を整える。


3. 冷蔵庫で冷やしてできあがり!


簡単!!カラフルでいいでしょ?
パクチーが平気な方は、パクチーを加えても美味しいです!パクチー有りと無しで試食してみましたが、私はある方が好きかなー。

ランキングに参加中でっす!クリック頂けたら嬉しいです〜。夏バテせずに頑張っていきましょ〜。


8 comments:

  1. I am well. Thank you. And yourself?
    I love edamame beans. So, so good. This salad looks beautiful.
    I've been eating lots of cold soba noodles during the hot days.

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    Offer some interesting points, congratulations.
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    Excuse my English

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  3. Hi Michael!
    I'm glad to know you are doing well. I'm good! Thanks!
    I love Edamame very much! It's simply delicious. also healthy!
    Soba!? ohhh! Nice! I've been having SOMEN noudle during the Summer☆

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  4. It's nice to meet you LaMagicaZuccam
    Thank you for your comment!
    I read your blog! oh Woooow! You make me soo hungry!!!
    I especially want to try 'Torta della nonna'! It looks so delicious!

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