Looking for something a little more savory than edamame to snack on? Well, frying makes everything better! These golden soy beans are just as satisfying as edamame, but more delicious!
- dry soybeans (1/2 cup)
- gomashio or sea salt (1 tablespoon)
- oil for frying
Soak the beans in a big bowl of water for at least 12 hours. If you have soaked soybeans, feel free to use them instead!
Once the beans have softened, they’re ready to be fried! Place a small pot of oil over medium high heat. Once hot, drop a spoonful of soybeans in the oil and let fry for 5 minutes until the skins look golden. (Be careful not to use too many beans at once, otherwise the temperature of the oil will change!)
Once the skins are golden and peeling from the bean, scoop them out of the oil with a slotted spoon.
Transfer the beans to a paper towel to drain off any excess oil.
Serve piping hot, sprinkled with a little salt or gomashio!
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