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Dried Kelp (Dasima/Konbu/Haidai) 85g

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Why we chose this: a vegan’s secret weapon for making flavourful broths, stews and legumes.

Love Japanese kombu but can’t find any due to those pesky Aussie biosecurity restrictions? Meet dasima, the Korean-grown counterpart with lower iodine levels to keep the Customs crew happy.

Dried kelp is an essential ingredient in East Asian cuisine with a multitude of uses. Combine with bonito flakes to make a simple dashi, throw some into a pot of cooking beans or even deep fry and toss in sugar for the Korean dasima bugak (kelp chips).

Please note, dried kelp contains high levels of iodine. Expecting and breastfeeding mothers and those with hyperthyroidism should limit use.

Taste: Meaty, umami, seawater.

Uses: Add to broths and stews. Great for enhancing rice and legumes - simply add a postage stamp sized portion to your pot. Roast it and blend with salt for an umami rich seasoning.

Preparation: Do not wipe or wash your kelp prior to use, the white powder that may be present on the surface of the kelp is minerals and salt that have crystallised during the drying process.

Cold infusion: soak 5-10g kelp per litre of room temperature water for 8-10 hours. Optional additions: dried seafood (bonito, anchovy etc) or dried shiitake for a #vegan substitute. Pass through a strainer and heat your stock over a low-medium heat until the desired temperature is reached. 

Hot infusion: add 5-10g kelp and 1L cold water to a pot. Heat gently over a low heat. Remove kelp when steam starts to rise from the surface of the water. Optional: add flavour additions (bonito, shiitake etc) and bring to boil. Once boiled turn off heat and allow to cool. 

Related recipes and links: Shiitake Ginger and Sesame Sauce by Cass Hay/Hara Wholefoods, Green Tea Dashi with Salmon and Udon,  Kuy Teav AKA Phnom Penh Noodle Soup by Sophia Thach

Ingredients: 100% dried sea kelp.

Packaging: Soft plastic wrapping.

Storage instructions: Store in a cool dry place. Once opened, transfer unused contents to an airtight container.

Allergens:
Manufactured in a facility that also processes egg, milk, mustard, peanuts, fish, crustacean, shellfish, sesame, soybean, sulphites, tree nuts, wheat and triticale.

Dietary:

Product of South Korea 

Nutrition Facts

Serving per package: 34 serving = 5g

 

Qty per serving

Qty per 100g / 100ml

Energy

42kj

852kj

Protein

0g

7.4g

Total Fat

0g

0g

Saturated Fat

0g

0g

Carbohydrate

2g

41.1g

Sugars

0g

0g

Sodium

160mg

3200mg

 

Disclaimer:
For your convenience, 19SeventySeven Pty Ltd for asianstaples.com.au has provided information relating to products and nutritional information shown on packaging. However, as ingredients do change from time to time this is only intended as a guide and you should check before consuming. We are not always the source of product or nutritional information. We cannot always ensure the accuracy of product information. If you require specific information to assist in your purchasing decision it is recommended you make further enquiries of the manufacturer (see contact details on the packaging) or contact us on 029647 1263.