dulse chips

picture from Huffington Post UK

Dulse is to the British Isles what Nori is to Japan, a nutritious seaweed with a gorgeous colour and a rich smoky taste.

Dulse is available on the Atlantic Coast of both Europe & North America. It's been used for centuries for its nutritional & medicinal properties and it is now making a return. Try this recipe for Dulse chips, dead easy and just yummy!


coconut oil
good handful of dried Dulse Leaves


Separate the Dulse leaves until you have a single layer.
Put a teaspoon of coconut oil into a frying pan and melt on low heat. Add the Dulse leaves and cook very gently for about 1 minute or until crispy.

Note: The seaweed should not fry or change colour; if it does the heat is too fierce.