Friends and I had dinner at Public School 404 on the West Side. We had heard about their edamame hummus and decided to give that a try. It was delicious! It comes topped with sesame seeds and little bits of seaweed, served with fire-grilled flatbread. Do you think the chef might be willing to share the recipe? Thank you so much for this column! — Keri Lubell, Decatur
Public School 404’s corporate chef Jonathan Wood was happy to share the recipe for Edamame Hummus which he credits to Grill Concepts/Public School. Try it as a nice change from traditional chickpea hummus. With its bright green color, it would be a great addition to a cocktail party spread.
Shelled edamame is available in the frozen vegetable section of most grocery stores. Furikake is a dried Japanese seasoning mix of sesame seeds, salt, seaweed and other ingredients. Find it at the Buford Highway Farmers Market or other markets carrying Asian ingredients.
From the menu of … Public School 404, 930 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta. 404-817-0984. psontap.com/locations/ps404/
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