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Edamame Pâté Sandwiches

The pâté can also be spread on crackers or thinned with additional water and used as a dip.



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1 ¼ cups frozen shelled edamame, thawed
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½ cup walnuts
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⅓ cup mint leaves (packed)
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1 green onion, chopped
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½ tsp. salt
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3 Tbs. lemon juice
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8 slices whole-grain bread
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2 cups arugula
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4 jarred roasted red peppers, drained
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2 small cucumbers, thinly sliced


1. Purée edamame, walnuts, mint, green onion, and salt in food processor until finely chopped. With motor running, add lemon juice and 3 Tbs. water. Process until smooth.

2. Spread each of 4 bread slices with 1/3 cup pâté. Add 1/2 cup arugula, 1 roasted pepper, and cucumbers to each. Top with remaining bread slices.

Nutrition Information: 

14 g
Total Fat: 
12 g
Saturated Fat: 
1 g
36 g
0 mg
806 mg
9 g
7 g
Serves 4

Comments on this Recipe

My most delicious sandwish is: Brown bread, spread with peanutbutter and a tiny bit of mayo with lettuce. Yum, yum.

cool, nice recipe! i love it. my son hasn't tried it yet. But i plan on making it for him. Does anyone else share my excitement about this recipe? If not, please comment. I would like to know. It would help me to infer about the opinions out there. So anyone please respond! By the way the recipe is fabulous.

I havent tried it yet, but we are newly vegetarian and I think my husband will love this!!

I'm a member of a vegan food swap and one of the other members made if for the group one month. I love it. I've made it twice so far since then.

Very refreshing and hearty sandwich, my husband and I loved it!

This was so easy to throw together. I subbed cashews for walnuts and folded chopped cucumbers and peppers into the spread after processing the first part. It was a great picnic snack with crackers and bread. Yum!

I made just the pate and had on crackers. The combination of flavors is great!

Looks fabulous!! Can't wait to try it : )

I haven't tried this specific recipe, but this little sandwich shop by my work makes an edamame pate sandwich withvery similar ingredients and it is absolutely divine!

I love your magazine! In the current issue you give direction on how to make yogurt. Can I put it in a jar like you preserve jelly and put it in a slow cooker to heat it up, instead of buying a yogurt maker?

Made it last week, it's wonderful. Great summertime dish, no cooking involved.

It was really good and fast! Will make again and share with friends.

this was very good- very unique, bt it was overwhelmingly minty and made me think of candy or toothpaste. I will make this again, but probably use tarragon or basil or herbs de provence instead of mint. In fact I bet a scarborough fair mix would be excellent in this.

Delicious!!! I didn't have cucumber, so used sliced tomatoes....realllly good!

This was awesome! I used canned edamame and it turned out lovely. And it wasn't too minty at all, in my opinion. Perfect to pack for my daughter's school lunch.