RECIPE: Marc Matsumoto’s Nori Chips

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RECIPE: Marc Matsumoto’s Nori Chips


Nori isn't just for sushi; it makes for a delicious crispy snack as well. By laminating two sheets of nori together using a savory-sweet combination of soy sauce and mirin, you can not only season the nori, it also turns it into a more substantial snack. To give it a spicy kick, try mixing in a little yuzu gosho into the sauce. 



  1. Preheat the oven to 250°F(120°C)
  2. Whisk the soy sauce, sake and yuzu gosho together to combine and use a pastry brush to quickly paint a thin layer of the sauce onto the matte surface of a sheet of nori.
  3. Stick another sheet of nori on top of the sauced sheet with the matte side facing down. Press down firmly with your hands or use a flat object to weigh the nori down until it adheres to each other. Repeat with the remaining nori.
  4. Place the laminated nori on a baking sheet in a single layer and put the sheet in the oven. Bake the nori until it's crisp and completely dry, flipping them over once (about 8-10 minutes). 
  5. When the nori is done, remove it from the oven and let it cool to room temperature. Break the nori into bite-sized chips and store them in a sealed container until you're ready to eat them. 


Recipe courtesy of our friend Marc Matsumoto of No Recipes

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