Nori Salt


This is really a simple recipe, but one of the many types of flavored salts I make for finishing various dishes. Needless to say, nori salt goes well with seafood, particularly miso-glazed salmon. It’s also great sprinkled on top of udon noodles, rice dishes, omelettes (yes, really!) and even potato chips.

  • 1 toasted nori sheet
  • 1 Tbsp. kosher salt

To make, just finely chop the nori sheets and combine with the kosher salt. That’s it! However, it’s important to store the excess nori salt in a dry, air-tight container as the nori will absorb moisture and loose it’s crunch.

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