This alga grows like a giant oak leaf on the coasts of Galicia and can measure up to 1.5 metres long. Rich in calcium, iodine, proteins and fibre, it is one of the most suitable sea vegetables for eating raw in salads or for those who are learning to cook with algae. It is highly versatile and can be used in soups, rice, with other vegetables, baked, or boiled in pie fillings, etc.Instructions for use:
Uncooked: add to salads (cut into pieces and soak for 15 minutes)
Cooked: Boil for 20 minutes with soup, vegetables, potatoes, rice, oatmeal, millet, polenta, semolina, etc. Also lightly fried with onion for pasta, pies, pizzas, quiches, etc.
Steamed: Delicious with vegetables.