Seaweed Skyr Dip Recipe
In Iceland, skyr is a fermented and strained yogurt that is high in protein and extremely low in fat and is used in many dishes. Seaweed is also an ingredient local to Iceland and thought to be one of the reasons why Icelandic lamb is so tasty, as sheep in Iceland eat seaweed as part of their diet. We have combined these two very Icelandic ingredients to make a simple dip for raw vegetables or crackers.
Makes about 1 Cup (500g)
- generous 3/4 cup (200 g) skyr yogurt (or plain yogurt)
- 1 tbsp nori sprinkle
- juice of 1/2 lemon
- 1/2 cucumber, diced
- small handful of mint leaves, finely chopped
- sea salt and black pepper
- raw vegetable sticks or crackers, to serve
- Mix all the dip ingredients together, then taste and adjust the seasoning, if needed.
- Chill until needed (it will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days) and serve with a selection of fresh vegetables or crackers.
Also from The Seaweed Cookbook:
Reprinted from The Seaweed Cookbook: Discover the Health Benefits and Uses of Seaweed, with 50 Delicious Recipes by Nicole Pisani and Kate Adams, published by Firefly Books, 2018.
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