Asian-inspired Edamame Dip with Crudite

A flavor-packed dip that's a perfect match for veggies! Naturally gluten-free and vegan, it's creamy, savory and a total crowd-pleaser!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free
Asian-inspired Edamame Dip with Crudite

A gluten-free crowd-pleasing veggie dip!

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This Asian-inspired Edamame Dip is one of our go-to party dips!

It’s creamy (a hummus-like texture), savory, super flavorful with a mix of tamari, miso and lime and so delicious!

We first tried it at a friend’s house, left with the recipe and have been making it every since!

We especially seem to make it in the Spring and Summer as the bold flavors taste so good when paired with crisp veggies in a big crudite platter — perfect for entertaining!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

I always have some kind of big crudite platter along with other appetizers when guests arrive and this one is a crowd pleaser!

Last time I made it I doubled the batch so that I’d have extra for the next day, but it’s such a crowd pleaser and the entire thing disappeared before dinner was served.

I really can’t say enough about it!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

So let’s make it!

The recipe is adapted from Food and Wine Canada LCBO

You need:

frozen shelled edamame


green onion

lime zest

lime juice

sesame oil

mayo (vegan, regular, canola, you choose!)

gluten-free tamari

minced ginger

white miso paste

and wasabi. (you can skip if you don’t want spicy but it adds a nice flavor!)

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

Depending on your tastes, it can have just a little kick with extra wasabi and ginger or you can dial back on those ingredients.  The best part of making a dip like this is that you can taste it and add more of a particular ingredient if you like!

The first thing you do is boil the edamame and garlic so that they are tender-crisp — just about 6 minutes!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

While that cooks, I like to make the wasabi and gather the rest of the ingredients because once the edamame are cooked, you just put everything in a food processor!

If you’ve never made wasabi (and I hadn’t before making this dip)… it is quite easy! You purchase wasabi powder (I think I got some recently at Whole Foods) and mix water and let sit a few minutes, that’s it!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

Then place all your ingredients in a food processor and pulse until combined and creamy, stopping to scrape down te sides as needed.

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free www.healthygffamily.comTaste, adjust with any extra wasabi or ginger and enjoy!

Recipe adapted from Food & Drink Canada LCBO (no longer a recipe online that I can find to link to).

Hope you love it as much as we do!

Asian inspired Edamame Dip gluten free

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Asian Edamame Dip with Crudite

One of our favorite dips, this easy Edamame dip is savory, creamy and perfect match to veggies. Feel free to add more wasabi or ginger depending if you want a little more kick. Recipe doubles well. Recipe adapted from Food and Drink Canada LCBO
Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time6 minutes
Total Time21 minutes
Course: Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Vegan
Servings: 6 -8 servings
Author: Healthy Gluten-free Family


  • 2 cups frozen shelled edamame
  • 1 clove garlic peeled
  • 2 green onions whites and greens sliced
  • 1/2 teaspoons grated lime zest
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons mayonaise vegan or regular
  • 1 tablespoons sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon gluten-free tamari
  • 1 tablespoon gluten-free white miso
  • 1 teaspoon freshly minced ginger
  • 1 teaspoon wasabi can skip and still tastes great!


  • Bring a medium pot of salted water to a boil. Add frozen edamame and garlic. Cook for 5-6 minutes or until beans are tender - crisp. Drain in a colander.
  • Set aside a few edamame beans for garnish, if you want.
  • Add edamame, garlic, and remaining ingredients in a food processor. Pulse1-2 minutes or until smooth and well combined, scraping down the sides as necessary, Taste and adjust to tastes.
  • Serve with vegetables or gluten-free crackers.
  • Enjoy!
  • Stores well in the refrigerator for several days.
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