Meatless Monday: Edamame Wasabi Dip

Today’s Meatless Monday recipe is brought to you by the lovely and talented Dixya at Food Pleasure Health since I am currently in Ragnar recovery mode.  She’s a registered dietician that makes some seriously amazing, drool worthy and nutritious recipes and am so excited to have her guest posting for me!

I’ll let her take it from here… 

Thanks Annmarie for letting me highjack your space today.

Hi! Fit Foodie Mama readers, I am so excited to share this Vegan, Gluten-Free Edamame Wasabi Dip with you all while Annmarie is recovering from her Ragnar Relay. The idea for this edamame wasabi dip came from a Japanese restaurant called RA Sushi. I don’t even know what exactly it contained but here is my vegan, gluten-free take on it with fiery wasabi, salty tamari, and tangy rice wine vinegar.

We begin by dumping everything into a food processor.  Start with boiled edamame, which is an excellent source of protein, and calcium. For this dip, I suggest getting the shelled kind unless shelling edamame is therapeutic for you, I understand.

I used low sodium vegetable broth (leftover from this green curry mushroom soup), rice wine vinegar, tamari (or use soy-sauce but it won’t be gluten-free), and wasabi paste. Did you know that the wasabi paste from the store is not a real wasabi? Cool details right here if you are interested. Depending upon your powerful your food processor is, it could get smoother but a little bit of texture adds a nice mouthfeel.

Edamame Wasabi Dip is great for snacking as an appetizer or a spread with these homemade crackers or bread. You can make these ahead of time and double or triple the batch if needed.


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Edamame Wasabi Dip via @dixya #MeatlessMonday

Edamame Wasabi Dip via @dixya #MeatlessMonday

Edamame Wasabi Dip via @dixya #MeatlessMonday

Edamame Wasabi Dip

Edamame Wasabi Dip via @dixya #MeatlessMonday

Makes about 2 cups



  • 2 cups shelled, boiled edamame
  • ¼ cup neutral oil such as canola
  • ¼ cup low sodium vegetable broth
  • 2 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon tamari (or soy sauce)
  • 2 teaspoon wasabi paste
  • Salt
  • Optional toppings – toasted sesame seed, toasted sesame oil



  1. In a food processor, add edamame, vegetable broth, wasabi paste, vinegar, tamari, and salt. Blend everything and slowly drizzle oil until it forms a smooth texture.  
  2. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed.
  3. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds, and add a drizzle of toasted sesame oil right before serving (optional).


Thanks again to Dixya for this delicious guest post! If you haven’t already, you can connect with her on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter! :)

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Annmarie is a self proclaimed foodie, avid long distance runner and functional fitness coach. A DVRT Master Trainer, HKC Instructor and food allergy sufferer, she writes about strength training for runners as well as shares allergy friendly recipes for busy athletes.   She is also the owner of Strength In Motion Studio, mother of two sassy sisters and wife to a chronically busy chiropractor.   Subscribe by email for updates to get the latest workouts, advice and recipes straight to your inbox!


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Renee @ Bendiful Blog
Reply September 28, 2015

I hope you are recovering quickly from your Ragnar! I love a good dip, I need to find some new ones as Hockey Season kicks off...pot lucks are no luck for me without something great to take!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Oh yes, this would be great for a pot luck!

Reply September 28, 2015

Love dips for football season! Can't wait to hear about Ragnar!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Yes, dips for football is the way to go!

Susie @ SuzLyfe
Reply September 28, 2015

YUM. I love edamame dips. And Can't wait to hear about Ragnar!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Can't wait to tell all! :)

Deborah @ Confessions of a Mother Runner
Reply September 28, 2015

Hummus is one of my food groups! Interesting that you added some veg broth I think that would be a great addition. Have a great day!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Thanks, you too! :)

Debbie @ Coach Debbie Runs
Reply September 28, 2015

Congrats on your Ragnar! And enjoy your recovery. This dip looks amazing.
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Oh I definitely did! Time to get back to the grind tomorrow!

Julie @ Running in a Skirt
Reply September 28, 2015

This looks so good-- I really enjoy anything with edamame! Can't wait to hear about the big race!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    It does look delish, Dixya always makes yummy looking foods!

Sue @ This Mama Runs for Cupcakes
Reply September 28, 2015

Oh yum. I never would have thought to use edamame! Definitely going to try this!

    Reply September 29, 2015

    Hope you enjoy! :)

Mary Ellen @ VNutrition
Reply September 28, 2015

This looks delicious! I love using edamame in dips too. I never thought to try wasabi in mine though - what a great idea!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    It is very creative!

Sam @ PancakeWarriorss
Reply September 28, 2015

Sounds like the perfect dip for these chilly days! Nice and spicy! I love wasabi, especially when I am feeling slightly under the weather, warms me up from the inside! Can't wait to try this with sugar snap peas!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Wasabi is an awesome way to warm up! :)

Reply September 28, 2015

Looks great in theory, but I tend to stay away from wasabi! :)
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    It is quite spicy! ;)

Sina @ Vegan Heaven
Reply September 28, 2015

What a great idea! I love both, edamame and wasabi, so I can't wait to try your recipe, Annmarie! :-)
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Dixya made an awesome recipe, credit goes to her! :)

Mary Beth Jackson
Reply September 28, 2015

I hope you are recovering well! I love new dips to try! this is the time of year for them!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    It really is the time of the year for dips! :)

Nicole @ Fitful Focus
Reply September 28, 2015

This looks so yummy!!
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    Reply September 29, 2015

    Dixya always comes up with yummy foods! :)

Reply September 29, 2015

(I hope recovery mode is going well, Annmarie! <3!)

And yay, Dixya! This dip looks delicious! <3 I need to go get a food processor--I'm thinking it'd make a great graduation-present-to-self when I'm finally done with med school! :P

    Reply September 29, 2015

    Uh, DUH! Definitely invest in a food processor, girl! You deserve it! :)

Jess @hellotofit
Reply September 29, 2015

Hope your recovery is going well, Annmarie! Dixya, this looks interesting! I love edamame but am not a big fan of wasabi :) I'd try some, though!
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