Bursting with umami, seaweed is protein rich and packed full of nutrients.
Once soaked, seaweed may be added to salads (think soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds, chilli and ginger), soups, or even mixed with cooked pasta.
What about a rolled seaweed omelette?
Or why not try a tasty seaweed butter?
This may be made ahead and used to add flavour to almost anything savoury.
This seaweed butter is delicious on sourdough bread and in sandwiches too
Add a tablespoon of dulse powder or crushed seaweed to 200g of softened unsalted butter and mix well.
Spoon onto baking paper and roll into a log.
Place in the fridge until set.
Cut into rounds and serve with hot vegetables, seafood, fish, meat or poultry.