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Arame Seaweed, Apple & Hazelnut Salad


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wheat freevegandairy freegluten free

Serves 1 | Prep time - 5 minutes | Cooking time - 25 minutes

Packed with vitamins and minerals, Arame seaweed is high in iodine, iron, vitamin A, magnesium and calcium and has long been touted as a wonder food in Eastern countries and lauded as largely responsible for long life expectancy. My Arame Seaweed Salad pairs the power of seaweed with the super nutritious algae, spirulina, for a salad that's hard to beat on the nutritional scale! I've added apple and hazelnuts for a sweet crunch. Tash x


For the Salad:

1/3 cup of black rice

1 cup of arame seaweed

Pinch Himalayan pink salt

¼ tsp sumac

1 tsp apple cider vinegar

½ tsp olive oil

¼ apple, cut into small half moon slices

2 tbsp chopped hazelnuts

2 tbsp roughly chopped dill


For the Spirulina Dressing:

Juice of ½ a lemon

¼ tsp spirulina powder

1 tbsp tahini

5 tbsp water

Pinch of Himalayan pink salt

Pinch sumac



    1. Cook the rice as per packet instructions and set aside.
    2. Meanwhile soak your Arame seaweed in warm water until it has expanded, this should take 10-15 minutes. Drain the water and mix in the sumac, apple cider vinegar and olive oil. Then add the apple, dill and hazelnuts.
    3. Next, whisk or blend all of your dressing ingredients until fully combined.
    4. Spoon your rice onto a plate. pile the arame mixture on top, drizzle over a generous helping of spirulina dressing and sprinkle with sumac.
    5. Serve as an alkalising and nutritious lunch or dinner.

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