This vegan, gluten-free & refined sugar-free Panna Cotta has a smooth and velvety texture and provides ample minerals & gut healing fibres thanks to the agar powder.
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Roasting vegetables along with umami-rich ingredients (miso, mushrooms, and kombu) give this meat-free broth a deep flavour, rich colour and nutritional profile.
Chilli Kelp goes with so many things: meat, eggs & vegetables. Try it in this roasted cauliflower recipe for increased flavour and nutrition.
This vegan dish is just one of the many dishes which gains flavour and improved nutrition from the addition of kelp seasoning.
Garlic kelp seasoning is a great alternative to salt on food. Try it on fresh avocado, prawns or anything that gets a lift with garlic.
Lemon kelp is a fantastic alternative to salt on steamed greens. Just drizzle a bit of your favourite oil & sprinkle with a bit of lemon kelp, delicious & healthy!
‘Ceviche’ is the South American word for a dish of citrus marinaded raw fish or seafood. In the Pacific, the work ‘Kokoda’ is used and often the salad contains coconut cream. Add lime kelp for special flavour!
Ne Zealand Greenshell mussels become a sophisticated appetizer or snack with the addition of lemon kelp seasoning.
This baked salmon recipe uses lemon kelp as a rub, a great alternative to salt.
Give your pork chops a smoky taste with smoked kelp & smoked salt. Using kelps as rubs for meat is a simple way to add flavour and nutrition to everyday meals.
This fresh & crunchy Sea Chicory Salad is delicate, visually appealing, quick to make, and bursting with nutrition.
Using Kombu as an ingredient in stocks, whether vegetarian stock or bone brothi, s a great way to achieve umami flavour and enrich the nutritional profile of your meals.