These are all the materials you need. Remove the edamame from their pods and measure. Approximate measurements are fine for all of the ingredients.
Grate the potatoes and mix everything together (if you're lazy like me, you can just mix everything together in a Tupperware container as you grate).
Use a spoon to mix it.
Fill a frying pan with a generous amount of oil and use two spoons to scoop out rounded balls of the batter into the pan. Cover with a lid and cook over low-medium heat until both sides have browned.
Remove the lid, and if they're nice and crispy, they're finished. Serve with mayonnaise or ketchup, to taste.
Story Behind this Recipe
I wanted to finish off the seasonal edamame... If you get tired of eating them as-is, give this a try.
This recipe is super-simple, so I don't have any tips. They are also delicious fried. You can also use sausage, corn, or soy beans in place of the edamame.