Here's the frozen edamame. These are already salted, so I won't be adding any salt this time around.
Boil some water in a pot, and place in your edamame.
After your beans have cooked, strain and shake off the excess water with a colander.
Grease your frying pan with vegetable oil, and place in your strained edamame. Add the oyster sauce, and lightly stir-fry, shaking on a bit of black pepper at the end.
These are great as snacks to enjoy with a drink. If you're serving these to your kids, you can just lessen the amount of black pepper you shake on.
Story Behind this Recipe
I discovered a bag of frozen edamame in my freezer.
Your edamame don't have to be pre-salted. You can just use the regular frozen variety and salt the water you cook it in. Of course, fresh edamame is the best, if you can get them while they're in season.