This is more like hummus than guacamole, but very yum and full of protein. It’s usually cheaper than guacamole yet has an upscale appeal. Imagine that!
For a Halloween party how about serving this with purple tortilla chips and orange carrot sticks! You can add green food coloring if you want a darker green color.
Reviewers said to use 1/2 teaspoon of powdered chipotle chilies instead of buying a whole can of peppers for just the one pepper. Most added a splash of lemon juice or lime juice and some cilantro. Some had difficulty getting the edamame beans to puree, adding liquid from the recipe as needed. One person cooked the edamame first, then chilled them before pureeing. That seemed to help. Most people left out the salt and pepper as they thought it didn’t need it. Taste first to see if you want to add it. Some added a little salsa to taste or you could add some chopped, seeded tomatoes. Many people used some yogurt to replace part of the olive oil, and some liked Greek yogurt for this.
From the reviews:
“nonfat plain yogurt for half the oil.”
I hope you try this new dip and enjoy it.