edamame and radish salad

again, adapted from the ottolenghi cookbook. boiled, shelled edamame (soy beans) and radishes in a dressing of olive oil and lemon juice, with lemon zest, cilantro, parsley, green onion, and a touch of cumin. served with a tahini sauce made with tahini (sesame paste), lemon, crushed fresh garlic, parsley, and coriander. excellent with pita bread, although i just had it with a freshly baked sourdough. killer.

AB Chao, *iona* and 27 more people faved this
  • yellowrubberduck 6y

  • jennram 6y

    your food pics are always so vibrant. and i love cumin.
  • maomau PRO 6y

    mmm...lovely colors & refreshing!
  • cake-a-licious 6y have a way of making everything look sooo yummy and good!! (although personally i hate trying new things but everything you make looks too good not tot try! )
  • Miss Anna Lynn Martino 6y

    that sounds so delicious! i had to favorite it so I can try it at home later :)
  • framboise 6y

    yet another colour-rich meal. when will you set up a special air-delivery service to LA? food drop by small aircraft would be perfect.
  • chotda PRO 6y

    hallo everyone! the original recipe calls for broad beans but it's much easier for me to find edamame. i think garbanzo/chick peas would actually work quite well here too or any green or white bean, really.
  • Anthony Georgeff PRO 6y

    Edamame are my absolute favourite beer snack. More so than even pork crackling. Actually if I remember correctly people carry them around in great bags on their head in Guam. So it must be some kind of beer snack paradise there.

    Ace in salads too I'll now note
  • chotda PRO 6y

    we've progressed, now the carabao cart them around. so bags of edamame for everyone!
  • littlefoot mek 6y

    making my mouth water right now~

    Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)
  • kassi0p3ia 6y

    so appetizing right now.
    the colors are great.
    all of this food is lookin good.
  • L. Park PRO 6y

    pretty cheery colors!
  • chotda PRO 6y

    cheery and springy :)
  • Jennifer Dickerson 6y

    OMG, your food pics are fab...and from Guam? I lived there for a year and still dream of real boonie peppers for my fini dini (I can't remember how to spell it, I'll have to look it up in my traditional cookbook)
  • miss joey ♥ 6y

    looks so fresh and refreshing!
  • it's good to be Ouxu 6y

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