Top Rated Seaweed Recipes

california roll lettuce cups
Have you ever thought about making your own sushi? This recipe won't provide you with rolls, but we're pretty sure that you'll still love the end result. Reconsider your idea on what sushi is with these California Roll Lettuce Cups.This recipe was developed by Ryan and Sara Hall and Alaska Seafood.Former NCAA champion Ryan Hall is the current U.S. record holder for the half marathon and the first American to complete it in under an hour. He is a two-time Olympian, participating in both the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In 2008, Ryan was named male Road Runner of the Year by the Road Runners Club of America. He and his wife Sara rely on the unique nutrient profile found in Alaska Seafood to recover and to recharge their muscles throughout training. Sara Hall is a professional distance runner, former cross country national champion, and Pan American Games gold medalist. She’s a 9-time U.S. National Team member and 3-time Olympic trials finalist. 
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Evan Sung
The most popular person at any Japanese street festival is the yakisoba guy. Standing at a small cart with a hot griddle, he wears a twisted hair band and holds two giant spatulas, one in each hand. With great energy and fanfare he stir- fries a heap of vegetables and pork with chukasoba noodles— the yellow, springy Chinese-style wheat noodles more commonly known as ramen. He finishes with a glug of the special bottled sauce that tastes like a spicier version of tonkatsu sauce, and customers walk toward him like zombies.At home, however, the dish is best cooked one portion at a time. At Japanese grocery stores, chukasoba are sold in the refrigerated section in bags with sauce packets, and labeled “yakisoba.” I typically ignore the packets and instead use the tastier Otafuku brand yakisoba sauce. Why don’t I make my own? Well, then the stir-fry would be a chore (you wouldn’t make your own ketchup for a burger, would you?) rather than a quick lunch or perfect late- night snack.Recipe excerpted with permission from Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking by Masaharu Morimoto. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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seaweed salad annie chun's
Annie Chun’s, the pioneer of seaweed-based snacks, provides this Cucumber, Avocado, and Seaweed Salad recipe that’s perfect for a light, nutritious treat. Utilizing sea greens, this recipe includes Korean seaweed and nutrient-packed avocado.This recipe is provided by Annie Chun’s.
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Asian Pasta Salad with Seaweed
At your next gathering, everyone will be asking for seconds when you make this dish. Infused with Asian flavors like sesame oil, soy sauce, and seaweed salad, this pasta salad is sure to be a home run.
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Rice Cake and Dumpling Soup
Here’s a soup traditionally eaten at Seollal, the celebration of the Korean New Year. It’s easy to make, and an anchovy stock gives this soup a subtle richness and body. If anchovies aren’t to your liking, however, feel free to substitute any other kind of stock.Although some of the ingredients can be hard to find, there’s not a whole lot of work left once you do. Chewy rice cakes, made from glutinous rice flour and water, can often be found vacuum-sealed in the refrigerated section of Asian supermarkets, or you can try online. For the dumplings, you can buy frozen dumplings at the store, or if you feel like making them from scratch, you can check out our recipe for Korean Mandu. — Will BudiamanClick here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.Click here to see The Ultimate 1-Pot Meal Roundup.
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Add vegetables and this doubles as a perfectly good summer soup. I use asparagus stock here because this sauce is going to accompany my Asparagus Paella, but feel free to replace it with basic stock.   Click here to read the full story on Dirt Candy: A Cookbook.
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A seafood bake that is perfect for a fall evening. 
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'Mock' Sushi
This recipe is perfect when you're strapped for time, and kids will think you're super fancy for serving something sushi-like for dinner (and have a blast building their own handrolls). Just grab your favorite vegetables (cucumbers and asparagus work well), some steamed shrimp, and soy sauce to fix it all up. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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Cucumber Sesame Seaweed Snacks
Recipe Courtesy of Annie Chun'sLeave out the raw fish with these cucumber sesame seaweed rolls. The sliced ginger, chopped seaweed and sesame dressing replicates the flavors of your favorite sushi.
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Risotto with Onion Cream, Smoked White Sauro, and Crispy Seaweed
Take a walk on the exotic side with this risotto with smoked white fish and fried seaweed. Sauro is a white fish similar to swordfish found in Italy; if you can’t find it, smoked swordfish is an acceptable substitute.
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Baachan's Miso Soup
For 92 years (and counting!), my baachan (Japanese grandmother) has been making this soup. She raised four beautiful daughters through World War II — so she knows a little something about comfort food. My big sis and I sought out baachan's recipe, which is nothing like your watered-down sushi bar miso. This is hearty, comforting, and as authentic as Japanese food gets. See all miso recipes. Click here to see Getting Sexy in the Kitchen, 1 Day at a Time.
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Ya-Yai Mushroom Soup
This easy, seasonal mushroom soup is a staple of the dinner menu at Ember Room, located in midtown Manhattan in New York City. With just 10 ingredients, this recipe will keep your shopping list delightfully short. See all soup recipes.
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