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Dandelion & Nori seaweed Salad

One of my favorite greens is "Dandelion green." Dandelion green is a powerhouse vegetable and has health benefits

- help good liver, gallbladder, bile duct function

- reduce water retention (= works as a diuretic)

- help improve bone and eye health.

Nutrients: vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, Calcium, Potassium, etc.

I chose red dandelion greens this time for more polyphenols⇩

Nori seaweed is usually used for sushi, but I love to use it for salad.

Nutrients: Vitamin B12 (good for vegans!), vitamin C, calcium, iron, fiber, and plant protein. Nori seaweed looks like this ⇩ ; you can click to buy here or at Japanese grocery stores.


<Servings: 2>

2 cups torn dandelion greens

1/2 cup nori flakes (cut by hand)


1.5 ~ 2 tbsp soy sauce (tamari for gluten-free)


a pinch of salt

2 tbsp sesame oil

Japanese seven spices*


1. Wash and tear dandelion greens.

2. Toss dandelion greens and the dressing in a medium bowl.

3. Mix nori flakes just before serving.

Posted on July 22nd, 2018

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