The most time-consuming step in this dish is broiling the tomatoes to reduce their liquid and intensify their flavor. Since the 20 minutes they need in the oven is hands-off, however, you can easily get the rest of the ingredients ready to go so that the entire dish clocks in at just about 25 minutes.
I'm wearing white. Ya, that's right. I'm getting all James Dean on the system. I'm sure my disapproving letter from Miss Manners will arrive shortly. It's still blazing hot here, like most parts of the country, so this no-white-after-Labor-Day rule
These roasted edamame are completely and utterly addictive, which is trouble if guests are coming in an hour and you can't stop nibbling on them. They're crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle. The sweet flavor of the edamame is balanced by sea salt and freshly-cracked black pepper. You might want to make a double batch.