Korean Seaweed Salad

The saltiness of the Korean seaweed makes you want to have some rice or sake.

Recipe By: JasmineAndAlmond (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/36)
Serves 2 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Salad leaves as required
Korean seaweed nori 5 sheets
Sesame oil as required
Soy sauce as required
Crushed sesame as required

Method

1
Wash the salad leaves (lettuce or babyleaf lettuce) thoroughly. I used babyleaf lettuce here.
2
Place the salad leaves onto a plate. Scatter the torn nori sheets over the top. Pour the wet ingredients over the top and sprinkle over with the sesame.
3
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4
You can buy the Korean seaweed nori from Itsu.

Tips & Note

Iceberg lettuce doesn't really suit this dish as it contains too much water.
In Japan, I always use Sunny lettuce.

Korean Seaweed Salad

The saltiness of the Korean seaweed makes you want to have some rice or sake.

Recipe By: JasmineAndAlmond (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/36)

Serves 2

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Salad leaves as required
Korean seaweed nori 5 sheets
Sesame oil as required
Soy sauce as required
Crushed sesame as required

Korean Seaweed Salad

Recipe ID :540 Posted on 17 MAY 2015

Serves 2

Cook 10min
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The saltiness of the Korean seaweed makes you want to have some rice or sake.

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1
Wash the salad leaves (lettuce or babyleaf lettuce) thoroughly. I used babyleaf lettuce here.
2
Place the salad leaves onto a plate. Scatter the torn nori sheets over the top. Pour the wet ingredients over the top and sprinkle over with the sesame.
3
ーーーー>
4
You can buy the Korean seaweed nori from Itsu.

Tips & Note

Iceberg lettuce doesn't really suit this dish as it contains too much water.
In Japan, I always use Sunny lettuce.

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