Contributed by: NAPSA
Soybeans, also called edamame, are no longer just a popular appetizer served in Japanese restaurants. These nutty-flavored legumes are now widely available in supermarkets-and that's good news for shoppers. High in fiber and protein, and containing no cholesterol and virtually no saturated fat, soybeans are a great addition to any diet.
Notes: Use three-fourths of a 16-ounce bag of Safeway SELECT Shelled Edamame for this recipe. Store remainder in the freezer for later use. To thaw beans quickly, pour into a colander and rinse with hot water. Serve this stir-fry with hot cooked rice.
In a 1-cup glass measure, mix vinegar, soy sauce, broth, cornstarch, and chile flakes until smooth.
Set a 10- to 12-inch nonstick frying pan over high heat. When hot, add 1 teaspoon oil and the soybeans; stir until beans are hot and their skins are slightly blistered, 2 to 3 minutes. Pour into a bowl.
Add remaining 2 teaspoons oil, the ginger, and garlic to pan; stir just until garlic begins to brown, about 15 seconds. Add shrimp and stir until opaque but still moist-looking in center of thickest part (cut to test), 2 to 3 minutes. Return beans to pan. Stir broth mixture and add to pan; stir until sauce boils and thickens. Add salt to taste. Pour into a serving dish.
Prep and cook time: About 25 minutes
Serving Size: Makes 3 to 4 Servings
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 269 cal., 43% (117 cal.) from fat; 29 g protein; 13 g fat (1.9 g sat.); 12 g carbo (0.1 g fiber); 266 mg sodium; 86 mg chol.
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