I made teriyaki hamburgers and I wanted a vegetable side. It was too late to make pickles, so I decided on a salad. Using what I had on hand I came up with this.
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You can buy ponzu sauce in many Asian stores and even some of the larger supermarkets (at least in California). I had made some fresh ponzu sauce and I was experimenting with what I could do with it. I had bought some frozen edamame pods, which are immature soybeans, picked before they’ve had a chance to turn into the harden beans. Tossing these delicate morsels with the sauce seemed like such a good idea—one more small plate for my Japanese dinner.
For me Ham and Beans has always meant slow cooked dried beans with ham. As I was researching recipes recently, I found a few that included fresh green beans. This got me to thinking about really mixing up this recipe, If one fresh bean, why not all fresh beans.