Whether you call them soya beans or edamame, find loads of recipes here, including stir fries, salads and more.
Easy edamame is a must to accompany your next sushi feast! Find frozen soya beans in the pod in speciality shops or larger supermarkets.
A deliciously healthy combination of whole wheat pasta, broccoli, red pepper, carrots and mushrooms in a dark sweet sauce. The edamame soya beans are optional but very good for you. I've seen them in the freezer section at M&S and I'm guessing other large supermarkets might have them.
Frozen edamame soya beans replace the chickpeas in this untraditional spin on a traditional hummus. Tahini, garlic, fresh coriander and lemon juice add plenty of flavour, too.
Green soya beans, sweetcorn, cherry tomatoes and black beans combine to make a colourful salad with a light lime vinaigrette dressing.
Beetroot, soya beans and potatoes are tossed in a piquant soured cream dressing, then served on a salad of rocket, fennel and tomatoes in this delicious and refreshing main-course salad, which is suitable for vegetarians. Serve with dark rye bread so you can mop up all the creamy dressing.