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Salads with sea cabbage and fish

Seaweed is one of the most useful products among the widespread and budget, and not to use it would be not rational, especially because it is not necessary to eat “in splendid isolation” – you can cook with this tasty salads, for example, with fish and seafood.

Salads with sea cabbage and fish or seafood – is a real storehouse of valuable nutrients and vitamins, besides it’s diet meals affecting health most positively, while the figure is not reflected in any way. If you know good recipes, these salads will delight your taste without causing unpleasant emotions even those who are not very fan of sea Kale. About these recipes and will be discussed. So, prepare the most delicious and healthy salads with sea cabbage, seafood or fish.

The first recipe: Salad from sea Kale with mussels

You will need: 500g mussels, cooked, frozen, 2-3 banks of sea Kale, ½ a large lemon.

How to cook salad with laminaria and mussels. Pour frozen mussels in a colander and scald with boiling water, put them in a container for salad. Add to the mussel seaweed and lemon juice and stir the salad before serving, let stand 5-10min.

If mussels are cooked, frozen and can’t be boiled, but only scalded with boiling water, as indicated in the recipe, but if desired to a boil.

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