Prepare Wakame Salad Simply, Quickly and Safely
from Thomas Sixt
Hi, I am a German Chef and Food Photographer. The imparting of cooking knowledge is my great passion. Everyone can cook for himself and with this website I would like to contribute to its success. Cooking questions I answer you gladly at the end of the articles. Have fun and good luck!
For the spicy salad marinade I used ginger, chili, garlic and wasabi. This creates a strong flavor that harmonizes perfectly with the seaweed. Convenient: After preparation, you can store the marinated salad in the refrigerator and fall back on it for several days if needed.
Learn the reliable steps of preparation below and let yourself be tempted to cook. Good luck!
Table of Contents
1. Recipe Wakame Salad
Guidance from chef Thomas Sixt.
Wakame salad quick and easy to prepare shows you chef Thomas Sixt in this recipe with cooking video.
|50||g||Wakame (From the cooking box or other type of seaweed)|
|1||L||Water (to soak the algae)|
|200||ml||Vinegar (Sushi vinegar or Japanese vinegar)|
|1/2||pc||Chili pepper (red or yellow)|
|20-40||g||Sesame Seed Furikake (from the cooking box)|
Prepare the ingredients for the salad in the kitchen.
Place the wakame algae in a large bowl and pour cold water over it. Cover and leave to soak for a good 20 minutes. Drain the algae in a sieve, leave in size or finely chop as desired.
Prepare sesame furikake in a bowl.
Mix the vinegar, soy sauce and sugar and taste with water. –> Prepare the vinegar stand.
Chop ginger slices, peeled garlic and half the chili pepper. Grind the ginger, garlic and wasabi in a mortar. Mix with a little vinegar stand, then only add the finely chopped chili.
Place the seaweed in the vinegar stand and add of the ginger-chili garlic marinade to taste. Arrange salad and finish with sesame seeds and sesame oil. Serve quickly or as needed. Enjoy your meal!
Wakamealgae is a food containing iodine. Important to know: Excessive consumption can lead to thyroid disorders. Therefore, please enjoy in reasonable amounts, a good guideline is one serving (100 g) per day.
50 g of dry seaweed will make approximately 460 g of softened seaweed (drained weight).
2. Calories and Nutritional Values
3. Info About Wakame and other Algae with Small Overview
You can prepare this salad with different types of seaweed. The following pictures will give you an overview:
4. Colorful Sesame Seeds for Wakame Salad
As a special addition and topping I would like to recommend our colorful sesame. In the Sesame Furikake Cooking Box you will find the flavors Wasabi, Ume Plums, Kimchi and Yuzu. Please be sure to try them out.