Dulse Crunchies

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Dulse Crunchies Recipe

Heat a heavy skillet or cast iron pan: 
1/4 cup Maine Coast brand dulse
Scatter the dulse on the hot pan or griddle.  No need to add oil, the heat will cook the dulse very quickly.

Continue to stir and turn it over, allowing heat to cook all sides evenly.  It will change color and become crunchy.  Do not allow it to burn.

Remove toasted dulse and sprinkle on top of salads, sandwiches, or just eat it as it is!

Dulse Crunchies make a great bacon substitute.  It will lose its crunch as it cools, so it is best to eat it immediately.

For a different, more savory flavor, toss the toasted dulse with 3 drops tarragon or rosemary essential oil.

1 Comment

  • Maggie April 12, 2011 at 9:10 pm

    This is such a great way to change up your core food routine. Fixing dulse this way makes it tastes amazingly like bacon! Great in a ‘BLT’ wrap with a little vegan mayonaise.


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