Recipes with Nori Seaweed Sheet
Nori is an edible algae belonging to the red algae familia that is included in most Asian diets. It is a type of dried algae, grows on rocky coastlines around the world. It is most eaten in Asian countries such as Japan, Korea, and China.
Seaweed is highly nutritious. This food, which is a source of iodine, is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K as well as minerals such as iron, calcium, copper, magnesium and zinc. It supports cell regeneration thanks to its antioxidant content. It contains chlorophyll, a powerful natural (detoxifying) destroyer that can help remove waste products from our bodies. It is high in fiber and protein.
Nori seaweed sheet is made by breaking down edible seaweed and then pressing it into thin layers. It is a ready-made product that you can find in many markets. It is sold "plain" or "fried" form.
Nori turns dark green when it is dried. In Asian cultures, it is served as a soup on their birthdays and given to women for three weeks after birth. It is also used in making sushi, soup, casserole, and salad. Seaweed sheet, which is also preferred in ramen food, is among the ingredients frequently used in Asian cuisine.It is also served as a main dish, side dish or dessert.