I was talking about sushi during lunch and I suddenly thought of a recipe I tried a few years ago. I wanted to share my version of this recipe with you guys, but I forgot about it. So, here it is! Btw I made my first gif today.
This recipe super easy and not that impressive so don’t expect too much. Let’s start!
- Japanese Nori sheets or Korean Gim
- Sesame oil
- Sesame seeds
- Chilipowder & Wasabi powder (optional)
Brush some sesame oil on the Nori sheet (on both sides)
Toast the Nori in a pan or on an open flame.
- Pan: 20 seconds on both sides
- Open flame: Pass the Nori back and forth on a low/medium flame
until it’s crispy and fragrant. I think it takes about 15-20 seconds in total.
Cut the Nori in smaller pieces. Sprinkle on some salt and sesame seeds… and it’s done!
You can also add other toppings. The possibilities are endless; curry powder, dried shrimp powder, bonito powder, garlic powder, garam masala, coriander powder, five spice powder etc. Besides eating it as a snack you can also add it to your ramen noodles, steaming hot rice or bento box.
Store the toasted Nori sheets in an airtight container. You can store it up to 2 weeks, but this snack is the best when you eat it right away.
Nori you later!