Recipe Directions

  • 1. Place all ingredients (except nori sheets) in food processor. Process until well combined.
  • 2. You are making a large seaweed sandwich. In other words, spread mixture onto one sheet nori, similar to spreading thick peanut butter on a slice of bread.
  • 3. Once well spread, place the second nori sheet on top of the spreaded mixture, similar to placing the final piece of bread on top of a sandwich.
  • 4. Using clean kitchen scissors, gently cut the "sandwich" into four long strips.
  • 5. Place strips directly into dehydrator to be dehydrated until crispy (approximately 8 hours). (Temperature - first hour on high [145 or so], lower to about 115 for the remaining time.) Once they are nearing completion, I like to cut them further into little squares, similar to the pictures shown.
  • 6. After being dehydrated, they keep in the fridge quite nicely for up to 5 days.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

These little seaweed crispies pack a major flavor punch. They MUST be dehydrated otherwise they will taste gross and be soggy!

You really want to let these dehydrate for as long as possible. I've suggested at least 8 hours minimum, but feel free to go way longer - even up to 24 hours. They are best when they are really crispy and when the inner spread has really dried out.

One of the reasons these are so fun and handy is that they travel very well once dehydrated, and they are an easy snack to keep in your purse or eat on the go at your desk.

The flavor is quite explosive and rich, so I find just one little seaweed crunchy will satisfy a savory craving so one batch lasts me a long time.

Note: if you do not like the taste of seaweed you will not like these salty snacks :)

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 86 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, and Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is low in Fat, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is an excellent source of Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a good source of Iron, and Vitamin B12.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, and Riboflavin.

Amounts per 43 g (2 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 169 7 %
Protein 6 g 11 %
Fat 11 g 14 %
Carbohydrates 14 g 4 %
Dietary Fiber 1.1 g 3 %
Sugars 3 g
Calcium 28 mg 3 %
Iron 4 mg 30 %
Sodium 262 mg 11 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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Sharon's Review

Raw seaweed crunchies
5 out of 5

After letting them dehydrate overnight, let me tell you how absolutely delicious these little gems are! They are addictive! I didn't notice any "fishy" smell or taste to them. This is an incredible recipe!!!

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Hi Sharon,

I am SO glad that you enjoyed these! They are one of those love it or hate it kind of recipes, I think!

Loved your idea of crumbling one on top of soup too :)

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I've never used seaweed before. Are they "fishy"?

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They smell more fishy than they actually taste like it. We use them all the time and I can't stand eating fish! I just checked my supply and saw I'm all out. I'll have to go to the store and get some more since this recipe looks so yummy! I think I'll try almonds instead of cashews only because cashews are very expensive where I live (on an island). I don't think I'll add any salt, either, since the nori sheets are already salty to me. I can't wait to try this recipe!

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