I was doing a bit of shopping after school a few months back and even though they’d had afternoon tea, my kids were moaning that they were still hungry. My kids tend to do this every time we’re shopping and they spot something they fancy. This time they’d spied some Nori Chips and seeing as they love nori and they love chips, they worked out that these might be worth a try!
I of course checked out the ingredients, not happy with the vegetable oil (sunflower or canola I think), but otherwise okay, I conceded because I actually wanted to try them myself. So they were inhaled within seconds of opening and didn’t put a dent on their hunger (note to self to insist on buying nuts next time) and as delicious as they were, they were quite expensive.
So off to the kitchen I head on a mission to re-create my kids latest obsession with toasted seaweed chips. The delicious result I share with you today.
Yaki nori sheets (for sushi)*
1 tablespoon of tamari or aminos (liquid or coconut)
1 tablespoon of sesame oil
Optional toppings (sesame seeds, nutritional yeast)
*Available in the Asian food section of the supermarket or health food stores
I packed these in my kids school lunch and they lost their crunch, mind you it was 100% humidity here at the time. So these are an after school or weekend snack for now.
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