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Seagreens Seaweed Recipes

Take your taste buds on an adventure!

Seaweed is so good for you, it is a fantastic addition to almost any food. It adds delicious umami flavour and, most importantly, eating seaweed is a great way to get a superfood hit of powerful seaweed nutrition.

Here for you is a selection of tasty dishes prepared with Seagreens Nutritional Seaweed products, available from our online store. Why not try these quick and easy recipes today!

Remember as well, you really don't need a recipe. Just add a sprinkle of seaweed to whatever you usually eat. Seagreens seaweed products can take your food to a whole new level of taste and nutrition.

Bacon wrapped Chicken Thighs with Seaweed

You'll need...

  • 2 free range boneless chicken thighs
  • 2 rashers nitrate free bacon
  • 1 large crushed garlic clove
  • half teaspoon Seagreens Food Granules

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
Cut each thigh and each bacon rasher into 3 pieces.
Stuff a bit of garlic inside each thigh piece, then wrap with bacon and secure with a toothpick.
Sprinkle with Seagreens Food Granules to taste.

Place with the bacon ends down on a shallow baking tray and bake for 20 to 30 minutes.

Guacamole with a Seaweed Hit

Who doesn't love guacamole. Spruce up your next one and get everyone guessing what the new flavour is!

Here's how...
Take your standard guacamole recipe... smashed avo, red onion, flat leaf parsley, crushed garlic and a squeeze of lemon. A bit of Tabasco or chilli if that's what you like.
Now add some real goodness plus a flavour hit... half teaspoon Seagreens Mineral Salt and half teaspoon Seagreens Culinary Ingredient.

You could also use the Seaweed "caviar" (see following recipe) in place of the dry Culinary Ingredient.
Mix well and serve up at your next barbecue.

Don't let your secret out straight away!
Add a few frosty beverages and see where the conversation takes you!

Garlic Bread with Seaweed Butter

You'll need...

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
Slice bread stick into 3cm thick pieces but only cut three quarters of the way through so all are still joined at the bottom.
Place butter, garlic, Seagreens Mineral Salt and Culinary Ingredient into a bowl and combine (if you microwave the butter on low for a few seconds first it makes this step easier).
Carefully stuff a good teaspoon of the butter mixture in between the slices of bread until it's all used. Don't be sparing here, just stuff it in! If there's some left over spread it on top.

Wrap the bread in alfoil and bake for 10 to 20 minutes depending on how thick your bread is. For extra crunch open the top for the last 5 minutes.

Cheese and Crackers with Seaweed "Caviar"

You can make seaweed "caviar" using Seagreens Culinary Ingredient.

Here's how...
Add 2 teaspoons of Seagreens Culinary Ingredient to a small bowl with 4 teaspoons water.
Let stand for one hour.
The seaweed will soak up the water and become tiny delicious balls of salty umami flavoured jelly. This is because of the natural alginate in the seaweed.

The "caviar" can be used to garnish all types of dishes. It looks beautiful on petits fours and will make a great topic of conversation at your next dinner party or barbecue.
The mixture can also can be added to rissoles and meat loaf. It adds beautiful flavour and makes the meat deliciously moist.

Choc Banana Biscuits with Miso and Dulse

You'll need...

2 large ripe bananas
1 teaspoon chopped Dulse
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon miso
2 cups rolled oats
½ cup chocolate chips
½ cup chopped nuts 
½ teaspoon each cinnamon and cardamom


Mash the bananas with a fork or food processor until there is a lump-free mixture. Mix in miso and apple cider vinegar. Crumble the dry seaweed into the batter, then mix in the other ingredients.

Leave to let the seaweed soak up the moisture for a few minutes. Shape with your hands into balls and flatten onto a tray lined with baking paper.
Bake at 175 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

Easy Seaweedy Beetroot and Carrot Rolls

You'll need...

2 puff pastry sheets cut in half lengthwise
1 cup grated carrot 
1 cup grated beetroot
½ cup grated smoked cheese or vegan cheese alternative
½ teaspoon Seagreens® Culinary Ingredient or to taste
1 egg or 1/3 cup milk or alternative


Mix together the carrot, beetroot, cheese and Seaweed until they are well combined.

Brush one long edge of the pastry with beaten egg or milk and place the carrot mix along the centre, squashing it down into a long sausage shape.
Pull the long edges of the pastry up around the filling with the egg washed side on top and push together gently to seal.
Gently turn the roll over so the sealed edge is on the bottom. Cut into sections with a sharp knife and place them carefully on the baking sheet.

Brush the tops of the rolls with egg or milk and bake in a moderate oven for approx 30 minutes until golden.
To top the rolls with poppy or sesame seeds, take them out of the oven after 25 mins, brush again with egg or milk, sprinkle with seeds and return to the oven for the remaining five minutes.

Roasted nuts, seeds and chickpeas with seaweed

This is a super easy recipe that's delicious and versatile. 
You can snack on these for days from an airtight container, toss through salads or sprinkle on top of soup for extra crunch.

Here's how...
Chickpeas are delicious roasted, the secret to crunchy chickpeas is to make sure they are completely dry before putting them in the oven.
I used half a tin of organic chickpeas (the rest went into a winter lamb stew). Drain well and spread onto a tray with a paper towel to dry. 

Once the chickpeas are completely dry pop them into a bowl with a drizzle of olive oil and a good sprinkle of Seagreens Mineral Salt. Mix till they're completely coated then spread them onto the tray, this time on greaseproof paper.
Bake for 30 minutes in a hot oven (200 degrees) giving the tray a little shake half way through. 

While they're cooking prepare the rest of your nuts and seeds. Raid the pantry and use whatever you have - I used almonds, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and chia. Add them to your bowl with a dash more olive oil and another sprinkle of Seagreens Mineral Salt.
At the 30 minute mark take your chickpeas out of the oven, spread your nuts and seeds onto the tray with them and pop them all back in for another 5 to 7 minutes.

Mini Quiches with Dulse

You'll need...

1 sheet ready rolled puff pastry
4 eggs
50g feta cheese
Leftover roast veggies, ham, bacon
2 teaspoons Dulse chopped finely - I use scissors.


Cut pastry sheet into four equal squares and use to line pie moulds, muffin tins or pie maker.
Beat eggs well in a jug.
Pop a bit of feta cheese, veggies and bacon in each pie. What you add here is up to you.
Pour egg over the veggies and fill to the top of the pastry.
Sprinkle Dulse on top.

Bake in a moderate oven until they are golden and puffy and the egg is set - about 20 minutes. 


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