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07-14-2007, 05:29 PM
I saw a reference on here recently about how to make Nori chips . I think it was rawinlocks, but I'm not sure. Does anyone remember the directions?
07-14-2007, 05:55 PM
Dr. White, I copied and pasted Rawkinlocs post on the nori for you. I would have put a link, but didn't know how to do that :).
" haven't been able to like nori rolls yet either. I do admit that when I was in my cooked food phase I was eating and enjoying it with cooked rice but as for the raw rolls, haven't quite acquired a taste for them yet but I can see the potential...which is why I keep saying "yet".
However, I DO love nori chips as does my family! I don't have a RECIPE/recipe...but I usually just put some nama shoyu, olive oil, a little agave and a little water (to cut down on the saltiness of the shoyu) in a large bowl. I may add some onion powder or garlic powder to the mixture too. Then, I cut the nori into 2" strips and then cut THOSE into squares. I take one square at a time and dip it into the marinade and coat it well...it may get soggy and that's fine...then I lay it on the teflex sheet.
Once the whole tray has been filled (or trays) then I dehydrate overnight or until they get really crispy. They're really good and a good replacement for chips. I like them better than kale chips, actually but kale is cheaper than raw nori and so the kale chips are cheaper to make. But if you have a good amount of nori sheets on hand and the rolls aren't quite cutting it for you, then try the nori chips...try with one sheet and see how you like them and don't be afraid to play around with seasonings!
My daughter loves (loved) those spicy potato chips and so she sprinkles cayenne pepper on her (already done) nori chips."
Hope this helps. I want to try this too that why I remebered where to find the recipe :)
Blessings and peace,
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