Sunday, January 25, 2009

Chipotle Edamame Succotash

I love succotash, and this one had some wonderful flavor twists to an old favorite. I found the recipe on the Cascadian Farms website. This succotash blends corn and edamame with chipotle, lime, and cilantro flavors. I decided to serve mine over brown rice to make it more of a meal rather than a side dish. Luckily, I have leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Chipotle Edamame Succotash
link at Cascadian Farms
2 cups cooked corn
2 cups cooked edamame
3/4 cup chipotle salsa
1 tsp cumin
1 tblsp lime juice
cilantro

Combine corn, edamame, salsa, cumin, and lime juice and mix well.
Serve and top with cilantro.

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24 comments:

allijag said...

MM! That looks so nice and light yet flavorful! :)

shelby said...

I adore edamame salads!

Reeni♥ said...

Edamame are so good! I love this!

Sharon said...

Wow, that is awesome! Yummy!

Bunny said...

I've never had edamame, but i love succotash, this looks so good!

erica said...

Wow, this is so simple, yet so delicious looking!

Laurie said...

I would love this for lunch, but I'm not sure I could convince anyone but my oldest daughter to eat it for dinner.

She's actually the one who introduced me to edamame. It's fun to learn things from your kids!

Daily Spud said...

I've never had edamame but I love all kinds of beans and I reckon I'd love this!

ttfn300 said...

i've been meaning to do something like this!! good thing i have some edamame in the freezer :)

Kiki said...

Thanks for the comment! I've never had edamame before, but I love succotash so I may have to pick some up so I can try this.

Krista said...

I love edamame! Thanks for another great recipe to use it in!! :)

Kate said...

Anything with the word succotash is just intriguing to me! Thank you for sharing!

stephchows said...

I just made a fried rice with edamame this weekend, totally tasty :)

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Healthy, tasty and nurishing!

Cheers,

Rosa

Wandering Coyote said...

I've never tried succotash, but this looks really good. I can't always get edamame around here, unfortunately, because I'd really like to try it.

Maria said...

I love edamame! Looks great!

That Girl said...

I've made edamame succotash, but never with the chipotle! I like this idea.

biz319 said...

That's probably really low in calories too!

Thanks for sharing!

Erin of Care to Eat said...

That's so simple! Thanks Megan!
P.S. You will adore V'Con!

Zesty Cook said...

Oh This look yummy Meg - I have never tried this before.

zesty

Culinarywannabe said...

It's like Mexican and Asian all in one! Looks delicious!

Priscilla said...

This sounds so easy and it looks so yummy!

Meredith (Pursuing Balance) said...

This looks good! I just love cilantro!

rebecca said...

ooh yum. i just made an interesting smoked tofu-edamame succotash that was de-lish. it was great leftover in a toasted pita too. pics/recipe here: http://unintuitiveeating.blogspot.com/2009/02/east-meets-west.html