They sell all these "seasoned nori snacks" in health-food stores but a) they're way overpackaged, and b) none have a hechsher. And now, I can add reason c) - mine taste way better! (I’m assuming, not having tasted the packaged ones)
I admit, they don’t look like much, strewn on a plate like this… but believe me, these pack a mighty tasty punch. And I just bought two packages of nori for $1.99 so at that price, we can afford to eat these to our hearts’ content!
How to make them:
- Preheat oven to 350ºF.
- In a bowl, mix some combination of sriracha, tasty soy sauce, sesame oil, and a bit of water.
- Brush on one sheet of nori. Stick another sheet of nori on top and brush with more mixture.
- Using kitchen shears (I wouldn’t want to do this with a knife), slice into thin strips or any shape you want.
- Bake 5 minutes or less, checking often so they don’t burn (remove when curled).
p.s. if I had any in the house, I probably would have pressed some sesame seeds on top just to top them off… play around with this; as with most of my recipes, it’s more of a concept than a specific set of instructions.