Edamame Succotash is wonderful when paired with grilled meat. The sautéed green onions and green pepper really make this dish sing with flavor. You can make this dish with any peppers you like. If you want more color add red pepper. I like a little more spice so I add a jalapeno pepper.
This side dish can easily replace a potato or starch in your meal. Edamame is packed full of fiber, protein, magnesium, folate, vitamin K1, and more. I consider this soy bean a super food. I try to cook with it a few times a month.
I typically cook a meat and have this dish as my side. I will also make a small side salad. I love Edamame Succotash in the summer. It is so simple and quick.
Cost Per Serving $3.60 as of April 2023
If you have zero ingredients then this recipe will cost about $14.39.
If you have a fully stocked pantry this recipe will cost about $8.65.
- The cost per serving is reduced to $2.16.
I do not include salt and pepper in the cost of this recipe.
Looking at the numbers this seems like an expensive side dish but you buy enough ingredients to make this dish two times. If you want to change it up, substitute the Italian Seasoning for a different seasoning.
Recipe serves: 4
Serving size: 3/4 cup
Equipment needed: mixing bowl, frying pan
Total time: 15 minutes
Let's grocery shop!
I do not include salt and pepper because I assume it is already in your pantry. If you have a fully stocked pantry you will save about $5.74.
Pantry & Spices
Total: $5.74 as of April 2023
Italian Seasoning $1.25
Total: $8.65 as of April 2023
1 green pepper $0.79
1 bunch green onion $0.89
32 oz bag frozen corn $2.89
1 bag frozen shelled edamame $2.59
1 small half and half $1.49
|1/2 green pepper|
|2 green onions, sliced|
|1 tablespoon butter|
|2 cups frozen corn, thawed|
|1 cup frozen shelled edamame, thawed|
|1/4 cup half and half|
|1/2 teaspoon salt|
|1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper|
|Choose your spice. Use 1/2 teaspoon of ONE of the following:|
|basil, ancho chili powder, chili powder, ground chipotle, cumin, curry, Italian seasoning, marjoram, oregano, smoked paprika, etc.|
- Complete the prep from the prep tab above. There is a MORNING step.
- Heat a skillet with 1 tablespoon of butter.
- Sauté green pepper and onion until crisp tender. About 2 – 4 minutes.
- Add and continue to cook for 4 – 6 minutes:
- thawed corn
- half and half
- If you want you can add fresh herbs to the top such as flat leaf parsley or cilantro. Enjoy!