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How to Toast Seaweed

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author image Devra Gartenstein
Devra Gartenstein has owned and run a variety of food businesses for more than 20 years. She has published two cookbooks: "The Accidental Vegan" and "Local Bounty." Gartenstein holds Master of Arts degrees in philosophy and English literature.
How to Toast Seaweed
Toasted nori is traditional in sushi dishes. Photo Credit Andrea Chu/Photodisc/Getty Images

Toasting nori seaweed makes it more flavorful as well as less brittle so you can more easily roll it into sushi rolls. Most Asian grocery stores sell both toasted and untoasted packages of sheets of nori. Your nori will taste fresher if you toast it yourself. The process is extremely easy and it only takes a stovetop, a sheet of nori and a couple of seconds. You can also season nori and roast it in the oven for a tasty, healthy snack.

Stovetop Toasting

Step 1

Heat one of the burners on your stove to medium if it is electric, or light a medium flame if you have a gas stove.

Step 2

Hold a sheet of nori about a foot above the burner. Use tongs if it is too hot.

Step 3

Remove the nori after a few seconds, as soon as it turns a rich, green color.

Seasoned Toasted Nori

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Cut several sheets of nori into strips using kitchen shears.

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Step 3

Mix 1 tbsp. of wasabi horseradish powder with 2 tbsp. of water and a pinch of salt.

Step 4

Brush the wasabi mixture on the nori strips using a pastry brush.

Step 5

Arrange the nori strips on a baking sheet.

Step 6

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, until the nori strips just turn brittle and green.

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