Karengo seaweed adds unique flavour to this Japanese style eggplant recipe.
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Karengo Almonds are an easy, healthy snack to make, high in vitamin E and minerals. Guaranteed to make your salad extraordinary, this adds a naturally salty taste and crunchy, creamy texture.
Rich in colour & flavour, this karengo tomato salsa will satisfy your taste buds and nourish your body with much needed minerals.
This sea lettuce salsa recipe is really easy to make and has a bit of heat from the jalapeno. It’s delicious with corn chips or as a garnish on fish or tofu.
This seaweed snack contains 3 different seaweeds, one from each colour group, providing a wide range of nutrients & therapeutic benefits.
Karengo seaweed seasoning is delicious on lamb and seafood. Try it on oysters for a boost of flavour and nutrition.
Karengo seasoning is especially delicious on a roast leg of lamb! Try it as a rub with this recipe and adapt to other cuts of lamb.
This lovely and crunchy recipe has great texture & wonderful flavours. A nutritious light lunch, it’s well worth the time it takes to make it!
A full meal, this wild rice salad is packed with essential nutrients to good health. Karengo, adds flavour & dark purple hues to the mix – not only does it look good, its highly nutritious and tastes yummy!
Flounder recipes can be boring, but not this one! Jan Bilton added Karengo, wine, and whitebait or crab to the flounder and created a delicious combo with excellent colours.
Old school with a modern twist, crêpes are wonderful with sweet or savoury fillings. Here the karengo is added to the basic batter, which gives the crêpes a purple, burnished hue and great flavour.
Laverbread is a traditional Welsh delicacy made from laver, a Northern Hemisphere cousin of Karengo.
Appearances can be deceptive! This may not look appetizing, but it is very tasty and can be served as a snack on its own, with eggs in the morning, or fried with bacon and cockles as part of a Welsh breakfast. Try it, you will become a fan!