Dulse recipes

MY FAVOURITE THINGS: Holiday Nibbles & Edible Gifts Ideas with Seaweeds

Finding gifts for some people may be a difficult task. Offering food can be a nice solution especially if you prepare it yourself and the presentation shows an investment of time and creativity. ‘My Favourite Things’ features Home-made gift ideas and nibbles with a difference for entertaining during the Holiday Season. Making your own gifts really transforms the gesture of giving into something much more personal…isn’t it the meaning of the Season ?

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Seaweed Tartare, a Colourful & Tasty Garnish

Today is about “Tartare” a word spelled a couple of different ways and used in diverse contexts. What we will be talking about here is the French use for it in culinary circles. Tartare spelled this way refers to a mixture of finely chopped or minced raw ingredients often combined with onions, capers, fresh herbs and seasonings.Seaweed Tartare is a local specialty in Brittany – France where it is served with many of the beautiful seafood the region is renowned for, but it has many other applications…read on

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Warming Soup with Dulse, Soba and Shiitake

The soup that I am going to introduce you to, attends to all the senses: the chewiness of the mushrooms and the crunchiness of the beans; the red of the seaweed against the different browns and the green of the spring onions; the aroma of the mushrooms and of course, the nourishing rich taste. Several of the ingredients are considered super-foods in their own right; consequently, this nutrient-rich broth feeds the body as well as the soul.

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Make Your Own Seaweed Wraps, It’s Easy !

Most people’s first experience of seaweed is sushi. These little bite size morsels are considered ‘fast food’ in Japan. Although they are a delicious way to start appreciating the taste of nori, seaweed wraps are often over processed and glazed with flavoured salty mixtures to make them shiny and resistent to the ambient moisture. The recipe below won’t result in a sheet that is as crunchy as the traditional sushi wrap but it is much more resilient and contains far less sodium and other additives. Another advantage is that any seaweed leaf can be used to produce wraps of various colours and flavours. The flavour can also be enriched by soaking the seaweed in a liquid of your choice (a juice, herbal tea or stock) and adding herbs, seeds or spices to the mixture. Read on to find out how easy it is !

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Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with Smoked Kelp & Dulse Garnish

Most of this week has been rainy and grey. Although temperatures are warmer than what they were a few weeks ago, the dampness around makes me search for dishes that are comforting, satisfying and wholesome. Especially when work is very busy like it is now, I like to have something that is easy to take […]

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Seaweed Pesto, made with Dulse

The word ‘Pesto’ comes from the Italian for ‘pounding’ or ‘crushing’, traditionally done with a pestle & mortar. The name is now commonly used for mixtures containing various types of herbs, nuts, allium (genus for various onions & garlic) & cheese. Try this version with the red seaweed ‘Dulse’ !

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