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Edamame Balls

Super quick and easy lunch or dinner idea! The edamame gives them a really nice texture, and the addition of cumin and coriander infuses them with an amazing flavour and spice. They almost have a falafel texture which makes them perfect for adding to salad and bhudda bowls.

I had some frozen edamame in my freezer for so long and finally decided to make a new recipe with it. Edamame is has amazing health benefits including being high in iron, zinc and vitamin C. I love it as it keeps me full for hours as it’s super high in protein. This recipe also inspired me to make these tofu turmeric meatballs, which you can find the recipe here.


This is currently my new favourite recipe, I’ve been making them almost every week just because of how convenient they are. I’ve been working on creating the perfect falafel lately for my cooking project next year. I’ve been using all sorts of vegetables including pumpkin, beetroot and sweet potato. Let me know if you want me to post one of these recipes on my blog and stay up to date with all new recipes on my instagram page.

Serves: 2

Minutes: 40


2 cups frozen edamame

1/2 red onion

2 garlic cloves

Handful of chives

Handful of mint

1 tsp ground coriander

1 tsp ground cumin


Steam your edamame for 10 minutes until soft and preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

Add all of the ingredients including the edamame to a food processor and pulse until combined.

Roll into golf ball sized balls and cook for 25-30 minutes.

I served mine with a fresh kale and spinach from the garden, blueberries, capsicum and cucumber. With a simple dressing on the side which was honey, whole grain mustard and lemon juice.

Have fun and enjoy

Kelsi xx

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