Dulse, or Dillisk in Irish, gives a rich marine flavour due to its omega 3 and 6 content. The seaweed’s initial salty taste develops into a delicious smokey/nutty flavour; it was recently compared to the taste of Bacon ;). Due to its high level of zinc and vitmans B6 and B12, Dulse is a real immune booster.Did you know that Dulse is one of the few vegetables containing natural vitamin B12. Even leafy greens can't compete with Dulse.
|Chewy when raw, silky smooth when cooked.|
|Simply add it to mash potato, salads, pasta dishes, veggie burgers or even as a pizza topping. Dulse functions as a nutritious salt substitute and intensifies the flavour of many dishes.
Visit our recipe page for our lunch favourites, a mouthwatering quinoa and Dulse salad and a delicious vegetarian Dulse Burger.
|Nutritional values per 100g|
|Energy kJ||703 kJ|
|Energy kcal||168 kcal|
|of which saturates||0.3 g|