How to use Organic Dulse Flakes.

Written by Changing Habits

August 20, 2014

We are realising everyday how easy it is to incorporate dulse into our diet, and sneak it into some as well! We couldn’t help but share these with you. 

If you have fussy eaters surrounding you and you are scared to sneak it in dishes, don’t be. We have had times where we are booming with anxiety when the ‘fussy one’ takes a mouthful, and every time, they say, ‘oh this is beautiful’, with no clue that there is a bunch of dulse on their tongue. Score!

If you want to know why dulse is so good for you, follow the below link, and then proceed to click on the ‘Nutritional info’ tab:

Here are some recipes containing our dulse flakes:

Spiced Pumpkin Soup
Chicken and Vegetable Bone Broth
Bacon and eggs (to the next level!)
‘S’ Salad – Sweet Spicy Salty Simple Salad
Moroccan sweet potato, carrot and chickpea soup

Kale Chips
Paleo Shepherd’s Pie
Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks and Vegetables
Spaghetti Sauce- Extra Nourishing

Here are some other ideas you can be creative with:

  • Sweet potato mash (1 large sweet potato with 1 tbsp dulse, tsp seaweet salt and a tbsp or 2 of butter).
  • Salsa’s
  • Soups
  • Salads
  • Dips
  • Roasted nuts with dulse, Seaweed salt and Coconut oil
  • Savoury trail mix
  • Dukkah
  • Mixed into cooked rice
  • Stews
  • Bone broths
  • Curries

  • Add to fermented foods to culture and enhance the nutrient content

Bowl of goat curry

Happy Changing Habits!

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