Dulse is a reddish-purple seaweed that's chewy, salty and savory, making it a popular snacking seaweed.
Nutritionally, it’s high in iodine, potassium, iron and Vitamins B6 and B12. It’s also got omegas, antioxidants, protein and fiber.
Add it to soups, stir-fries and salad. For vegetarians, it's a bacon replacement (think: pizza topping, omelets, DLT sandwiches). You can also toast it and eat it like chips or crumble it on popcorn, grains and, really, anything else you can think of.
Dulse is rich in protein and iron. It also contains all essential amino acids and is an excellent source of:
- Vitamin A, C, D & E
- Vitamins B1 and B2
Dulse doesn't require any soaking or cooking. Use raw, dried, toasted, smoked, fried, or baked. Cooks in 5 minutes (use sesame oil) to make feather-light and crispy. Add dulse to sandwiches, omelets, sauces, and gravies. Also add to dressings, salads, soups and chowders, vegetables, potatoes, bean and rice dishes, breads, casseroles and cheeses! For snacking: pan-fry and eat as a 'chip' or try our 'Pink Salt' (dulse mixed with sea salt), which is excellent on popcorn!