K. So. I have been a little obsessed with all foods of an Asian nature as of late, but somehow specifically with seaweed. Turns out seaweed is healthy or something.
I haven’t tried it yet but I have all the ingredients and as soon as I have time, I’m gonna park my butt in the kitchen and make food science. I’ll let you know how they turn out.
Have a recipe for Nori Chips.
Savory Sweet Nori Chips
4 sheets of nori
1 ounce of raw sesame seeds
1 Tbs of Tastes Like Honey
1 Tbs of organic olive oil
2 tsp of Asian seasoning
NutraSalt or salt
Nutritional Content - Calories: 85. Protein: 2 grams. Fat: 7 grams. Fiber: 1 gram. “Net” Carbohydrates: 2 grams.
Begin by pre-heating the oven to 250° F. Lay 2 sheets of nori side-by-side on a large cutting board. Lightly spray or “paint” water on the sheets – just enough to make them slightly sticky, but not enough to turn it back into soft seaweed. Sprinkle the dampened nori with salt. Cover the damp, salted Nori sheets with the 2 remaining dry sheets so that the two sheets fit directly on top of each other. You should now have 2 nori “sandwiches”. Use a pizza cutter or sharp knife to cut the two double-sheets of Nori into square or rectangular chip-sized pieces. You can multiply the amounts in the recipe to make a larger amount of chips. In a small mixing bowl, add your wet ingredients (olive oil and Tastes Like Honey). Stir until combined. Use a pastry brush to apply the honey-olive oil mixture onto the surface of the nori pieces. Lightly dust the painted nori with the Asian seasoning and pat on the sesame seeds so that a generous amount will stick. Place in the oven for about 15 – 20 minutes.