2 Reviews

These get a lot better over time. Initially, I made them right before planning to eat them and they had a really strong seaweed aftertaste. Over the next couple of days they got a little better, but it was after the first week that the flavor was toned down enough that I actually started to enjoy eating them. If you don't want a strong nori flavor, I recommend making these well in advance and letting them mellow in a tightly sealed tupperware container.

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Eat Your Vegetables! April 25, 2009

Oh my, here it is! This is my daughter #3's favorite snack. We make these a little smaller than the original recipe, but that is our only change. Even someone who doesn't care for the strong taste of nori loves these. (me) I am thrilled to make her such a nutritious snack for when she gets home from school! They are easy to make, pretty, nutritious, and really satisfy that need for a "crunchy snack". thanks for posting this recipe here, Missy Wombat!

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Chef Edlear November 30, 2008
Sweet and Hot Sesame Nori Strips