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Seaweed and Miso Salad

  • Prep 15 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 9
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

1/2
package wakame seaweed (about 1 cup dry)
3
tablespoons mayonnaise
1/2
tablespoon red miso paste
1
tablespoon sesame oil
1
teaspoon ground sesame seeds
1
tablespoon honey
1/2
teaspoon grated ginger
2
teaspoons sake
1
tablespoon whole sesame seeds

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

You can add 1 teaspoon Hon Dashi (a Japanese fish and seaweed stock) to the recipe if you can find some.

Seaweed might be considered a tricky food, as it has a strong briny taste that many people reject. But there was one seaweed salad that I fell in love with once, and I will never forget it: a wakame (kind of seaweed) salad at a sushi restaurant in Barcelona. It was creamy, incredibly tasty! I don’t have the recipe for that salad, but I have tried to recreate it here. I warn you, if you’re an extra picky eater it may take a while for you to get used to the taste of seaweed. It’s better if you have a small portion as an appetizer. But however you decide to eat it, it’s worth a try!

You can leave the sake out of the recipe if you prefer, although the taste will change quite a bit.

Directions

  • 1 Rinse the wakame under water, transfer to a bowl, and cover with water for a few minutes. Follow the package instructions to prepare it.
  • 2 In the meantime, mix all the other ingredients in a bowl, until you achieve a smooth dressing. If it’s too thick, add a little water.
  • 3 Mix the wakame and the dressing, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and serve.

Seaweed might be considered a tricky food, as it has a strong briny taste that many people reject. But there was one seaweed salad that I fell in love with once, and I will never forget it: a wakame (kind of seaweed) salad at a sushi restaurant in Barcelona. It was creamy, incredibly tasty! I don’t have the recipe for that salad, but I have tried to recreate it here. I warn you, if you’re an extra picky eater it may take a while for you to get used to the taste of seaweed. It’s better if you have a small portion as an appetizer. But however you decide to eat it, it’s worth a try!

Rate and Comment

Morena Escardo Morena Escardo
September 9, 2015

Seaweed might be considered a tricky food, as it has a strong briny taste that many people reject. But there was one seaweed salad that I fell in love with once, and I will never forget it: a wakame (kind of seaweed) salad at a sushi restaurant in Barcelona. It was creamy, incredibly tasty! I don’t have the recipe for that salad, but I have tried to recreate it here. I warn you, if you’re an extra picky eater it may take a while for you to get used to the taste of seaweed. It’s better if you have a small portion as an appetizer. But however you decide to eat it, it’s worth a try!