Eat

Nori Crisps…

March 5, 2016
Eat

Nori Crisps…

March 5, 2016

SEAWEED CRISPS xx.

My biggest weakness is pretty much anything potato! Crisps, hot chips, mashed potato, rosti, baked potato, fries….

When I started to become a bit more conscious about my health the family sized bags of crisps were crossed off my shopping list (of course to my disappointment!) as were most of my other potato-ey delights! There aren’t many things that come close to the real thing but nori crisps are ‘crispy’ and salty (if you want them to be) and garner the same sense of satisfaction, in my opinion! Plus they are a great excuse to use up all of those leftover nori sheets after you made my quinoa sushi 🙂

You will need:

Nori sheets

1/4 cup of water

2 tsp sesame oil

sea salt

cayenne pepper

black and white sesame seeds

pastry brush

Method:

  • Preheat your oven to 120 degrees C.
  • Place a nori square onto a baking tray, shiny side up, brush with water and then place another sheet on top (shiny side up). Do this to all of the sheets you want to use and then cut into strips, squares (any shape you want!)
  • Peel the squares to make individuals again  and lay flat onto the baking tray.
  • Mix the oil, seeds and cayenne pepper in a dish.
  • Using the same brush, brush the mixture onto the squares.
  • Sprinkle with sea salt
  • Pop into the oven for 5-10 minutes
  • Enjoy x x
Sophie Benbow

Hi, I'm Sophie. I work as a Health coach, Personal Trainer and Law graduate in a Law firm in Sydney. I spend my time coaching my clients face to face and online, I speak at events and in corporate environments on all topics of health, wellness and law. I create content especially for you on my blog and I have a special interest on providing advice for small businesses, creatives, influencers and start ups. I love what I do and I love connecting with you all, join the newsletter and let me help you with your business, health or both! SB x x

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