Nori tastes so good – savory and satisfying with a fresh flavor deliciously reminiscent of the ocean. This is one snack that vegetarians and carnivores can enjoy equally, especially when paired with a crisp, cold beer. Isn’t it great when we can feel good about eating the food that’s good for us? This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled if you’re planning to entertain a crowd. Make plenty and watch them disappear!

10 sheets nori (seaweed sheets), toasted or untoasted
2 or more tablespoon hot sauce – we suggest Sriracha, Yuzu Pao or BLiS Blast
6 or more tablespoons water
4 or more tablespoons sesame seeds
2 or more tablespoon sesame oil
Coarse sea salt, to taste




Preheat oven to 300 F. Line 1 or 2 sheet pans with aluminum foil or parchment paper.


In a small bowl, mix together the hot sauce and water. Fold the nori sheet in half, then open it up. Lightly brush the inside of the nori sheet with the hot sauce mixture and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Fold the nori back together and press to seal. Cut in half perpendicular to the fold and then cut each half into thirds in the same direction. You will have 6 rectangles.


Bake the nori chips for 12-15 minutes until crisp. Remove from the oven, lightly brush with sesame oil and sprinkle with salt. Let cool.


Nori chips are at their best when eaten soon after they’re made, but if there are any left, seal them in an airtight container lined with paper towels. Nori chips will absorb moisture from the air, so eat them within a few days, while they’re still crackly-crisp.



Products suggested for this recipe:

Earthy Delights

2871 Jolly Road

Okemos MI 48864

tel 855.328.8732

fax 517.253.7366


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