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Cashew and Seaweed Cream

Ingredients 150 g Cashew Nuts (unsalted) 175ml Plant Milk 1 tsp (Seaweed Seasoning Method Pour boiling water over cashew nuts leave for 10 minutes Strain cashews and add to blender (I use Nurti Bullit) Add plant milk and seaweed seasoning Blend until smooth and silky (around 1 minute) This version can be used for sweet … Continue reading Cashew and Seaweed Cream

Seaweed and Lentil Dhal

Ingredients 1 cup red lentils 1-2 tbs coconut oil or oil of choice 2 shallots diced Thumb ginger grated 4 garlic cloves grated 1 tsp cumin 1 tbs curry powder 1tsp seaweed seasoning 1 tsp maple syrup/honey 1 red chilli pierced down both sides 4 cups water/stock 1 can tomatoes or tomato passata 1 sweet … Continue reading Seaweed and Lentil Dhal

Warm Sweet Potato and Brown Rice Salad with Toasted Sweet Kelp

Ingredients 3 tbs Olive Oil 1/2 tsp Chilli Powder 1 Large Sweet Potato peeled and cut into 2cm cubes 4 Shallots quartered lenghtways 500 ml Water 200g Brown Basmati Rice rinsed 1/2 tsp Seaweed Seasoning Dressing Juice of 2 Limes or Lemons 50ml Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 tsp Toasted Sesame Oil 1tbs Tamari or … Continue reading Warm Sweet Potato and Brown Rice Salad with Toasted Sweet Kelp

Orange Cacao and Mint Bites with Seaweed Seasoning

Ingredients 1/4 cup seaweed seasoning 40g Cashew Nuts (preferably soaked but not necessary) 4 Dates soaked 3 Prunes 14g Oats (if celiac Gluten Free) 5g Raw Cacao Powder 1 tsp Grated Orange Rind 2 Mint Leaves Chopped (optional) Method Soak Dates overnight in cold water or 5 minutes in hot water Blend all ingredients together then add dates … Continue reading Orange Cacao and Mint Bites with Seaweed Seasoning

Scottish Oatcakes with Dillisk

Yields 15 oatcakes Ingredients 200 g gluten free porridge oats 1 tbsp Dillisk chopped or 1 level dessert spoon seaweed seasoning 1/2 tsp turmeric 50 ml extra virgin olive oil 2 – 3 tbsp boiling water   Method Heat the oven to 160 degrees C (fan) or 180 degrees C. Put 100 g of the … Continue reading Scottish Oatcakes with Dillisk