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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 2/19/2006 7:07:24 AM EST
Has anyone ever tried roasted soybeans before? I made some couple weeks back and am still enjoying them.
Posted directions below to anyone who might want to try them.(copied from Home-Style Roasted Soybeans
Karma Metzgar, C.F.C.S. Former Northwest Regional Nutrition Specialist
Nodaway County Extension Center, University Outreach and Extension)

To roast soybeans, start with whole, dry soybeans. Rinse in water to clean. Soak at least 8 hours then rinse in colander and shake excess water off. Use two cups of soaked beans per baking sheet. Spread into single layer on baking sheet. Bake at 350 °F, stirring after 15 minutes, then stirring every 5 minutes until golden brown and crunchy.

The total roasting time will vary depending on the moisture of the beans, but should take about 25 to 35 minutes. Watch carefully when the beans are close to done so they don't taste scorched.

Roasted soybeans can be used in salads for texture, added to trail mixes, or eaten alone for a snack. To add a little more flavor, after roasting place nuts in small brown paper bag and sprinkle with Cajun spice mix or dry ranch dressing, shake bag, then spray lightly with oil, shake bag again, and repeat process until nuts are coated to your liking. Lay out on a flat surface to cool. You'll get about 1/2 cup of roasted soybeans for each cup of dry beans.

I hate to admit it but I LUV to eat. Too much & too often. Its an addiction I'm afraid but I exercise & am not overweight.
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