Edamame-Tomato Salad with Lime-Balsamic Dressing

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October 10, 2011 by Dana

Before I give you the recipe for this (very tasty) Edamame-Tomato Salad with Lime-Balsamic Dressing, I want to tug on your heartstrings a little ask for your help.

First, a little background:  When I made my 27×27 list, almost 6 months ago, I included a goal to participate in an event for a cause.  at the time, I figured that I would pick a random event, raise a few dollars for the cause, and call it a day.

Little did I know, my 5 1/2 year old cousin, Steven, would be diagnosed with Leukemia just a few months later.  And that instead of choosing a random event and cause to participate in, I would be walking on Team Steven in The Light The Night Walk  to support the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s efforts to find cures for blood cancers.

So I’m asking for your help.  Please help me support Steven and his family by donating to my fundraising page.  Because by donating even just a few dollars to what may just be a random cause to you, has the power to give a little 5 1/2 year old boy and his family hope.

And now, on to lighter things.  Like this Edamame-Tomato Salad with Lime-Balsamic Dressing.  Which is not only light, healthy, and protein packed, but also very tasty and satisfying.

This recipe, my pick for this month’s Secret Recipe Club, comes from Cooking with Chopin, Living with Elmo.  Ginny created this dish in honor of summer, which is something I can totally get on board with.  Summer is most definitely my favorite season, and I’m sad to see it go.  And if making this tasty salad prolongs the summer just a little more, then how would I not love it?

Edamame-Tomato Salad with Lime-Balsamic Dressing

Ingredients

1 (10 oz.) frozen bag of shelled edamame, cooked according to package directions (about 2 cups)
1/2 cup (approx.) yellow cherry tomatoes, halved
1/2 cup grape tomatoes, halved
1/2 cup finely diced red onion
2 leaves fresh basil, cut away from center stem and chopped
Juice of 1/2 lime (about 2 teaspoons)
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

Directions

In a medium bowl, combine first five ingredients.  Whisk together the lime juice, salt, and balsamic vinegar.  Pour lime-balsamic dressing over edamame mixture.  Season with additional salt and black pepper, if desired.  
 

Enjoy!

And don’t forget to check out the other Secret Recipe Club entries!



28 thoughts on “Edamame-Tomato Salad with Lime-Balsamic Dressing

  1. May@Sahabat Diet reblogged this on Sahabat Diet and commented: Edamame….healthy and delicious

  2. Lisa~~ says:

    Beautiful colors and your salad sounds delicious.

    If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to check out my SRC recipe this month: Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies.

    Lisa~~
    Cook Lisa Cook

  3. Dana, this looks delicious! Thanks for sharing with the SRC.

  4. Amanda says:

    oh the lime and balsamic is intriguing, bet this was great!

  5. Ruchi says:

    Love edamame… looks great!

  6. sara says:

    This sounds like a great veggie dish…love it! :)

  7. Steven is just adorable. What a little trooper. And this salad looks delicious and healthy, I love edamame :-)

  8. I hope you raise a nice amount for your Steven and all those affected. On a lighter note never really saw an edemame salad, very cool, I like it,

  9. Rituparna says:

    What a delicious looking salad.
    I am so sorry to here about Steven. My heart goes out to the family & little one. But always have hope, God is Great !

  10. Sasha says:

    This is a great recipe. I love edamame. It reminds me of this recipe of mine: http://chezsasha.wordpress.com/2011/04/01/balsamic-onion-and-chick-pea-salad/

    I’m sorry to hear about your little cousin. I hope everything turns out for the best for him and his family.

  11. biz319 says:

    Dana, so sorry to hear about your little cousin – he’s adorable! Wish I could donate, but hubs is still out of work and money is tight. :( Good luck though!

  12. Faith says:

    Awww, Steven is adorable…I’m so sorry to hear about his illness. Wishing the best for him and his family.

    The salad looks fantastic — such pretty pictures too!

  13. I’m so sorry to hear about Steven, Dana. I hope you’ll raise enough money to give some of the support his parents need.
    The salad looks great, so healthy and so delicious!

  14. Monet says:

    Wow…my heart and thoughts go out to your family and sweet Steven. I know many people who were able to battle leukemia as children…and I will pray for the same. Thank you for sharing. The salad looks perfect.

  15. He is a cutie! I hope the walk went well. I wish your little cousin and your family the best.

  16. Chef Chuck says:

    Love that healthy salad! Thank you for sharing…

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