Organic Nori Flakes 25g

Description

Nori is the most-consumed seaweed in the world, often pressed into Japanese sushi sheets, baked in Welsh laverbread and tossed into fresh salads. These organic nori flakes can be used in a wide variety of recipes, and are easily rehydrated - simply soak the seaweed flakes in hot water for five minutes for the fronds to blossom and develop their distinctive sheen.

The nori flakes are delicious when stirred through rice, kneaded into dough, used in a paella, Japanese-style salad, or in Korean bokkeumbap. The nori flakes can even be mixed with woodchips, to infuse smoked food with its gentle bitter-vegetable aroma.

Nori seaweed is also known as laver and porphyra purpurea.

Porto Muiños is a family-run company. Husband and wife team Antonio Muíños and Rosa Mirás have spent decades cultivating organic seaweed, and introducing it into mainstream Western cuisine. Their trusted brand is now used in Michelin-starred kitchens around the world.

Ingredients: Organic nori seaweed

  • Origin: Spain

  • Size: 25g

  • SKU: PM0003

  • Minimum shelf life: 6 months

  • Categories: Porto Muinos

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