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from Carrie On Living

Edamame & the Safety of Soy Foods

Cooking Edamame

from Southern Bite

Fajita Chicken Casserole - Advantium 240 Wall Oven Version

This Fajita Chicken Casserole is our new favorite recipe! It's got amazing…

Roasted Chickpeas & Edamame | Perfectly easy and healthy snacking! |

from Kevin & Amanda

10-Minute Restaurant-Style Steamed Edamame

Make your own restaurant-style Steamed Edamame at home in just 10 minutes or less!

from Dreaming in DIY

The BEST Thanksgiving Dinner Holiday Favorite Menu Recipes {Classics, Improved and Traditional Delicious Dishes}

Beautifully caramelized Baked Ham with Pineapple Brown Sugar Glaze Recipe - a perfect alternative or addition to the Thanksgiving Turkey! | Roti n Rice - The BEST Classic, Improved and Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Menu Favorites Recipes - Main Dishes, Side Dishes, Appetizers, Salads, Yummy Desserts and more!


My Favorite Spaghetti Squash

My Favorite Spaghetti Squash | This low carb and vegetarian spaghetti squash casserole recipe is soon to become your favorite too! It only takes 35 minutes and 9 ingredients to make this healthy masterpiece!

from Pickled Plum

Healthy Snack: Soy and Sesame Edamame

edamame lightly fried in toasted sesame oil, tossed with black pepper and soy sauce.

from Recipes That Crock!

20 ALL DAY Slow Cooker Recipes

20 All Day Slow Cooker Recipes: Do you wish you had more ALL DAY slow cooker recipes that you fix in the morning and come home to a perfectly cooked meal? We have pulled together our favorite long cooking crock pot recipes and asked the best cooks we know

from Mostly Homemade Mom

Eggroll in a Bowl

Eggroll In A Bowl- This Eggroll in a Bowl recipe has all the flavors of a traditional egg roll, cooked in a skillet, without the fried wrapper! The low carb way to enjoy your favorite Chinese takeout food!

from Cooking Cleverly

World’s Best Snack: Edamame

Shelled Edamame* Olive Oil Parmesan Cheese Garlic Salt and Pepper 1. Preheat oven to 400 F. 2. Toss all of the ingredients to coat the edamame evenly. How much you use of each item depends on how much you like that particular flavor. You could substitute other spices for the garlic. 3. Spread the coated edamame on a cookie sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes. I recommend broiling it on high for the last 1-2 minutes, to get that extra crunch.