Nori Crisps

Nori Crisps are delicious. They are super simple to make and they’re great for you! Nori is packed with B vitamins, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iodine, Iron, Copper and Zinc. They also contribute to good liver function, improve the immune system and help stabilise blood sugar.

Nori Crisps are a relatively new find for me but I am obsessed with these now. I stumbled upon these because I had run out of kale with which to make kale chips, and I wondered if Nori crisps might be a good substitution. They were a awesome substitution! My only dilemma now is that I don’t know what i prefer more – Nori Crisps or Kale Crips?! Β I seasoned these with salt, pepper cumin seeds, chilli flakes and ginger (the same blend I use for my spicy kale crisp. I love this spice mix. Every mouth full is an explosion of flavour.

Nori Crisps

Ingredients Β 

  • 5 Nori sheets
  • Good quality salt
  • Pepper
  • Ginger power
  • Chilli Flakes
  • Cumin Seeds



  1. Cut in to strips or any crisp shapes you desire

  2. Spread on a sheet of parchment paper (making sure no overlapping takes place)Β and brush with a high quality extra virgin olive oil (you can also use extra virgin coconut oil or avocado oil).

  3. In a separate bowl combine a mixture of salt, pepper, garlic powder, ginger power, chilli flakes, paprika and cumin and sprinkle generously over the Nori Crisps

  4. Bake at 150 degrees for 15 minutes, remove from oven and enjoy!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Nori and ginger sounds like a dream combination 🀀

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Ana! I’m glad im not the only one that thinks so. Ginger on everything πŸ™‚

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