1. Buy fresh edamame, clean it first, and rub the fluff on the surface. Cut off both ends with scissors, so that it looks cleaner and adds more flavor.
2. Put the processed edamame into the pot, add sliced ginger, green onion, garlic, dried red pepper and peppercorns, and then add water that can soak the edamame.
3. Add salt and a few drops of oil. The salt must be more, so that the edamame will be delicious. Don't put salt in the same amount as stir-fried dishes, as edamame is not tasty if it is not tasty. The oil is to maintain the emerald green color of edamame.
4. Put the soup pot on the stove, open the fire to bring it to a boil, and keep it boiling for about 6 minutes. Do not cover the lid, it will also help maintain the emerald green color of the edamame.
5. The boiled edamame is soaked in the soup for half a day, and it tastes delicious.
6. I usually put it in the refrigerator and keep it cool when I eat it.
1. The salt must be a little more, so that the edamame will be more delicious.
2. Add a little oil when cooking edamame, so as to maintain the green color of edamame, which is both beautiful and delicious.
3. You can put the spices according to your preference. Don't omit the peppercorns, just do whatever you want.