Edamame Tsukemono, Asaduke with Vinegar and Soy


EDAMAME also found in Finland

It makes me happy when I see Japanese words in Finland.
SUSHI and TOFU are the major ones. In addition, crabmeat is sold under the name SURIMI. The edamame is also a frozen food sold at any supermarket.

As a Japanese person, I feel like why do they take edamame out of the pod? However, since I have the opportunity to have peeled edamame, I cook them in a way that maximizes the benefits of the pods.

Edamame rice is easier when you use peeled one.I also often make this pickle because it is easy to make, just mix and put in the refrigerator.
Edamame Rice
Easy edamame rice with frozen edamame! The flavour of the dashi and the sweetness of the edamame make you feel special.

Edamame Tsukemono, Asaduke with Vinegar and Soy Sauce

The edamame available in Finland are frozen and peeled. This is a tasty and refreshing pickled edamame in vinegar and soy sauce.
Prep Time0 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Rest After Cook3 hrs
Servings2 people
  • Put all ingredients in a container and let the taste soak in for about half a day in the refrigerator. Shake occasionally to blend the flavors.
  • Leave the edamame frozen. If you want to eat them sooner, thaw them and soak them for about 30 minutes.
I use 10% ETIKKA in FInland. I need just vinegar fresh taste for this.
More about FInnish vinegar, you can check here.
Vinegar in Finland
Is the vinegar sold in Finland different from the vinegar sold in Japan? The ingredients are the same, but something is actually different.
Vinegar in Finnish Recipes, How and What to Use?
If you see vinegar in a Finnish recipe, what should you use? You can also find out how to use Finnish vinegar in Japanese recipes.
They make a great garnish for curry.
If you are using them in a salad, dress them with red bell pepper just before eating to add a colorful touch.
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