Prawns are lean complete protein that are versatile and quick to cook. The mango is sweet and balance out the seafood flavour. This combination makes a great side dish or even adding roasted potatoes or rice noodle to make it a perfect main for summer!
Tasmanian Wakame Seaweed Flakes Recipes
Bliss balls are nutritious bite-sized snacks that are perfect to have on-the-go. These snacks are usually made using whole, raw ingredients that are rich in fibre, protein and unsaturated fats, such as nuts and seeds. With these energy-boosting ingredients, they are great to have as a pre-workout snack.
Looking for a quick, easy and delicious sandwich for the kids’ lunchbox? This Japanese egg sandwich recipe is one of the easiest sandwiches in the world to prepare. The filling is rich and creamy, and is a definite winner for the kids to enjoy! Adding seaweed into the egg salad gives it an extra umami and iodine boost!
Enjoy creamy steakhouse quality whipped butter without having to dine into your local steak house. This whipped butter recipe is very easy to prepare at home and can be enjoyed on top of toast, muffins, crumpets or enjoyed with delicious homemade bagels.
Potatoes are one of the most versatile ingredients to have in the kitchen. Make this delicious seaweed potato dish to go with your roast chicken or grilled steak!
We all have one of those days where we crave for a bag of crispy potato chips. This recipe is perfect for those who are looking for a healthier version, iodine packed chips to snack on.
Planning to host a party this holiday season but don’t want to go through the hassle of cooking up a feast? Get a tub of nice quality hummus, sprinkle some seaweed flakes and paprika to make it all classy! And, it takes 2 minutes!
Summer is here and often times it’s hard to find a dish that is light, refreshing and satisfying. This cold soba noodle recipe paired with crispy panko tofu ticks all the recipe-making boxes. It’s fast, it’s east and jam-packed with flavour!
We all love soul-warming comfort food in the middle of winter. Adding some seaweed flakes to a classic mushroom risotto takes the dish to the next level with extra umami, yum!
Products used in this recipe – Alg Seaweed Tasmanian Wakame