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Crispy Seaweed With Toasted Sesame Seeds

A popular restaurant starter, Crispy Seaweed is actually deep fried spring greens. Try making this at home for a cheap and easy starter or use it as a garnish for other appetizers.

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10mins
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ingredients

  • 229 g spring greens
  • 250 ml peanut oil or 250 ml vegetable oil (for frying)
  • 1 tablespoon rough salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds

directions

  • Wash the spring greens and drip dry in a colander and then on kitchen paper.
  • Remove the thick stems and finely shred the green leaves.
  • Deep fry the spring greens in batches in hot oil for about 1 minute.
  • Take care not to let it burn.
  • Drain well and place in a large mixing bowl.
  • Scatter sugar, salt and toasted sesame seeds and mix well.
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"A popular restaurant starter, Crispy Seaweed is actually deep fried spring greens. Try making this at home for a cheap and easy starter or use it as a garnish for other appetizers."
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  1. PinkCherryBlossom
    A popular restaurant starter, Crispy Seaweed is actually deep fried spring greens. Try making this at home for a cheap and easy starter or use it as a garnish for other appetizers.
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