Add "seaweed" to your usual dish!

Easy & Healthy Cuisine 7 Selected -Winter Edition-

Daily meal planning can often be a puzzle for many. But fear not! We are going to introduce you 7 seaweed recipes that completely transform your regular menu into a unique one! Let's whip up a convenient and healthy meal that's refreshingly different from your routined menu.

I've chosen staples as the focal point, so feel free to add salads, soups, or any other side dishes to suit your taste and elevate the experience. Let's get cooking and enjoy a meal with a twist!

<Table of contents>

  1. Haba Nori (Suji-Aonori) Stew
  2. Mozuku Mushroom Hot pot
  3. Mirin Mabo Tofu
  4. Gratin with Suji-Aonori
  5. Habanori & Hjiki Sundubu hot pot
  6. Mozuku in Egg Ankake
  7. Tosakanori and Hijiki Sanrātan

1.

Haba Nori (Suji-Aonori) Stew

When it comes to home-cooked meals that we crave during the winter, stew undoubtedly takes the crown!

Elevating your classic stew with a touch of 'Habanori' or 'Suji-Aonori' can instantly transform it into a culinary masterpiece. So go ahead and sprinkle some seaweed goodness over your stew for a delightful twist that will tantalize your taste buds in a whole new way.

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2.

Mozuku Mushroom Hot pot

Another winter favorite on our list is the classic 'nabe' (hot pot).

By simply adding 'mozuku' seaweed to your usual hot pot, you'll experience a delightful texture and richness that elevates the dish to a whole new level.

Whether you enjoy it from the start like shirataki noodles or substitute it for rice or udon during the finale, you'll double up on the healthy goodness! Plus, it pairs perfectly with dishes like kimchi hot pot, offering endless possibilities for your culinary adventures. So go ahead and indulge in your favorite hot pot variation, and let the comforting warmth of winter cuisine envelop you!

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3.

Mirin Mabo Tofu

Who would've thought that seaweed could complement Chinese cuisine so perfectly? It may seem like an unexpected combination, but 'mirin' pairs perfectly with any dish.

The smooth texture of 'mirin' blends beautifully with the savory goodness of mabo-tofu. As you enjoy this delightful dish in the warmth of your home, the addition of seaweed brings a unique twist to the familiar flavors. Not only does the seaweed 'mirin' add a delicious touch, but it also acts as a natural thickener, ensuring a perfect mabo-tofu even without cornstarch. So go ahead, let's dive into this culinary adventure and savor every mouthful of this unexpectedly delightful creation!

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4.

Gratin with a scented blue glue

Suji-Aonori pairs exceptionally well with dairy and butter, making gratin the perfect recipe to showcase its versatility.

With just a sprinkle of Suji-Aonori added as the finishing touch, you can easily elevate your gratin to a whole new level of flavor. This winter dish boasts a delicate essence of the sea and intensified richness, offering a comforting warmth like no other. So go ahead, indulge in this delightful creation and let it wrap you in its cozy embrace.

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5.

Habanori & Hijiki Sundubu Hot Pot

By utilizing a medley of leftover vegetables from your fridge's vegetable compartment and incorporating tofu, you can effortlessly create a nutritious and flavorful sundubu.

But here's the secret ingredient: adding seaweed not only enhances the richness but also takes your sundubu to the next level in no time! Get ready to impress even the most avid sundubu enthusiasts with this upgraded version that's sure to become a must-try favorite!

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6.

Mozuku Egg Ankake

Prepare your favorite dashi broth-based sauce and add mozuku at the end. The unique stickiness and umami flavor of mozuku cultivated by Sea Vegetable blend harmoniously with the sauce, creating a comforting dish that warms you up from the inside out. Get ready to indulge in a dish that promises to soothe your soul and tantalize your taste buds!

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7.

Tosakanori and Hijiki Sanrātan

With just a deep frying pan and a medley of vegetables and ground meat, you'll be surprised at how effortlessly you can whip up a delicious 'suan la tang' (hot and sour soup). The fragrant aroma of sesame oil combined with the tanginess of vinegar in the broth creates a delightful harmony, perfectly complemented by two types of seaweed. It's a healthy recipe that not only satisfies your taste buds but also fills your belly with goodness. Get ready to embark on a culinary journey that's both flavorful and nourishing!

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While we didn't delve into salad and soup recipes this time, incorporating the 'Premium Salad Seaweed Series' into your salads creates a quick and delicious seaweed salad, and adding 'Mozuku' to miso soup is a delightful suggestion for soup lovers.

For those who are still getting accustomed to incorporating seaweed into their meals, I hope this recipe lineup has shown how surprisingly easy it is to do so.

Let's bring the goodness of seaweed to our tables, and I'd be delighted if this recipe inspires everyone to try it out!