Tamari Salmon with Edamame

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  • Serves

    4–6

    • Difficulty

      Easy

Appears in

The New Kosher

The New Kosher

By Kim Kushner

Published 2015

  • About

When friends are coming over for dinner, this is the recipe they often request. It’s easy to make: simply cook the salmon at a high temperature, pour the garlic-tamari sauce over the fillet, and sprinkle the crunchy, bright edamame on top. My kids fight for the edamame smothered in the zesty sauce. Tamari is traditionally a by-product of miso production and, unlike soy sauce, contains little or no wheat. It is also darker, thicker, and less salty than soy sauce. You’ll find it in most super

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