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Kelp & Alaria Garnishes

How to roast

1. 1/3 cup dry kelp or alaria makes about 4 servings.

2. Check kelp or alaria fronds for tiny shells, then scissor-snip them into bite size pieces, about inch size.

3. Place cut kelp or alaria on a lightly oiled baking tray. Roast at 300 F for 3 to 5 minutes, until crisp and the color changes. Do not burn!

How to marinate

1. Snip approximately 5" pieces into " strips.

2. Marinate in vinegar, lemon juice, or dressing overnight, or longer.

Where to serve

1. Add roasted kelp to a pasta salad immediately before serving, or reserve as a garnish.

2. Add roasted alaria to guacamole with salsa.

3. When soft, cut or tear marinated kelp into smaller pieces and add to a salad.

4. Garnish a bowl of soup with roasted kelp or alaria.

Note:

Lessen or omit table salt if using kelp and alaria as salad garnishes and toppings. Small amounts can double the iron and magnesium and significantly increase the Vitamin A.



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