Filled with a wide variety of exciting and interesting ingredients that just beg to be explored, Asian supermarkets are also a great place to find fresh fruit and vegetables, and delicious snacks (I’m hopelessly addicted to garlic Cornicks), as well as such versatile sauces as sriracha sauce (also known as rooster sauce), hoisin, fish, and (of course) soy sauce.
Here’s a delicious recipe for an Easy Spicy Marinated Edamame Salad from the folks at The Perfect Pantry that takes much of its great taste from a wonderful blend of all 4 Asian sauces I mentioned above.
This is an easy, spicy, make ahead salad that you can marinate for up to two hours before you serve it. (The longer you marinate it, the spicier this baby soybean salad will get.)
1 lb edamame (shelled, pre-boiled, ready-to-eat)
2 Tbsp hoisin sauce
1 tsp soy sauce (I use reduced-sodium)
1 tsp sriracha
1 tsp agave nectar
2 tsp fish sauce (here’s a recipe for fish sauce in case you choose to make it at home.)
Juice of 1/2 lime
How to Make Easy Spicy Marinated Edamame Salad.
You can also see our growing list of delicious salad recipe ideas, to help inspire your gatherings with friends and family throughout the year.
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(Photo Credit: Salad Recipe photos are courtesy of the featured blog, in this case The Perfect Pantry.)