Buy now: Roasted and salted edamame 750 g
Friday, 8 p.m., you are lying on your sofa and all you long for now is a good film, a drink, and something to nibble on? We can understand that only too well! Whether sweet or salty, the right snack is essential for a cosy, well deserved movie evening. If you don't feel like the usual greasy crisps and over-spiced nuts, but still don't want to miss out on the crunchiness, we have just what you need: our roasted edamame will take your snack game to a new level! Place a large bowl of these delicious green beans next to you, feet up, and let the weekend begin!
Salty edamame – the star in every sushi bar
But what exactly are edamame? Soybeans that have been harvested still unripe, edamame are a star in Asian cuisine and are becoming more and more popular in Europe too. In Vietnamese restaurants and sushi bars, edamame are best enjoyed lightly steamed and salted, as a starter; to get to the light green inner life of the soybean, you put the salty pod in your mouth and then pull out the individual beans with your teeth. This super simple finger food is so addictive that we simply had to find a way to create a snack-ready variant for home – and we made it! Get ready to enjoy the most popular starter in Asia on your sofa. Our roasted edamame are already freed from their husk, and delicately salted – let the snacking begin!
Edamame as a great alternative to crisps
A green legume should be the new substitute for popcorn and the beloved potato crisps? Sounds strange, but it's true: with a mild, slightly nutty taste, edamame is a real competition for the conventional oily potato chips, as our beautiful beans are only roasted and then refined with a small pinch of salt – no additives, no flavour enhancers, just pure taste and quality! Thanks to their pleasantly salty aroma, our roasted edamame is not only suitable as a snack, but also as an addition to a salad or as a crunchy component in your bowl. Yum!
A high-protein snack for your evenings
We all know how hard it is to stop snacking, once you have started digging into a bag of crisps; as if remote-controlled, the hand wanders automatically into the snack bowl again and again, and afterwards the feeling of guilt can be overpowering. Well, forget about that! Since our roasted edamame are roasted oil-free and also high in protein, feel free to keep on snacking unabashedly. With a whopping 43 grams of protein per 100, these little green beans are a real protein bomb. Last but not least, with 13 grams of it per 100, edamame are also a wonderful source of fibre! Is there anything that these green soybeans actually cannot do? So hurry up and bring a bit of Japanese flair into your home with our delicious salted edamame.
|Average nutritional values||per 100 g|
|Calorific value (in kj/kcal)||1726 / 412|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||2 g|
|thereof sugar||1 g|
|Dietary fiber||13 g|
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Shipping||Delivery time outside of Germany|
|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
|Storage Advice||Store in a cool, dry place away from light|
|Ingredients||98 % edamame (SOY BEANS), 1.3 % salt, raising agent: sodium carbonate|
|Cross contamination||No other allergens contained according to EU Regulation 1169/2011|
|Best before date||21.03.2023|
|Trade Name||Edamame beans roasted and salted|
|Press & Resellers||Download cropped photo|
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Varieties & Origin
This variety is an early and particularly large soybean. It has a bright pod colour and a full-bodied taste, and weighs an average of 1.5 g per grain.
Originally from Japan, the name Edamame means something like 'bean on a branch'. The soybeans are harvested slightly unripe and then generally steamed with the pod. However, only the green beans are then eaten, not their pericarp. Exact figures on the worldwide production of edamame beans are not known, this is why our map shows you the cultivation of other soy varieties as well.
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A bit of getting used to at first ...
... but once you get a taste for it ... We no longer want to do without it. Over the salad or for snacking or even in rice dishes as a substitute for peanuts.
Very good in salad. Good packing.
Öfters mal was Neues probieren
I really wanted to try something new. I did not know Edamame beans before and have them actually only bought on good luck but the decision was great! I like them very much but can also understand if they do not like many. It's something else, something that takes getting used to.
Still very satisfied with my purchase
Mega tasty great alternative to conventional snacks 👍🏽
Product with a good taste, nice as an aperitif or in salads for the crunchy side. Indeed it is not very salty
Tasty and not too salty
Great idea and very tasty. The salt content is rather at the lower limit of perception, so no real comparison to the conventional chips or snacks.
Tastes very good. 😊😊
Healthy snack in between highly recommended
Highly recommended the perfect snack in between they like to eat fresh but roasted they also taste great 👍