Products

Scandsea stocks a number of dried seaweed varieties. To order fresh seaweed, please contact Katerina or Johan.

Bladderwrack
Blåstång from Bohuslän (Fucus vesiculosus)

Netto weight 10g
70,- SEK/10g bag

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Bladderwrack is rich on antioxidants such as vitamin A, C, E and beta- carotene. It is high on natrium, calcium, magnesium and Sulphur, contains trace elements of iron, iodine, manganese and zinc.

Seaweed is a natural product and can contain traces of crustaceans

Suggested use:
Bladderwrack fits well with fish and seafood dishes either grounded and sprinkled on as a flavor enhancer or as a base in a stock.

You can simply add soaked bladderwrack to fish or mussel soups to enhance their flavor. Add bladderwrack to boiling rice, quinoa or potatoes for deeper flavor. Soaked Bladderwrack can also be added into stir-fries.

Bladderwrack can also be pickled in the common 1-2-3 solution.

Kombu
Fingertång from Bohuslän (Laminaria digitata)

Sustainably harvested by divers

Netto weight 10g
70,- SEK/10g bag

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Kombu is a tough leathery seaweed, high in trace elements such as iodine, iron and zinc, minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium and vitamins A, B, C and E.

Suggested use:
Kombu can be cooked in soups and sauces, adding nutrition value and enhancing the flavor of your dish.

Soak kombu for 15 minutes, chop to desired size and use as a sea vegetable in about anything savory.

Add a stripe of kombu when cooking beans, the seaweed will break down the oligosaccharides contained in beans or other legumes making them easy to digest.

In Japanese cuisine kombu holds an important place for its umami flavor and it is used as a flavor enhancer of stocks, broths and soups such as dashi and miso.

TIP: Add a piece of kelp in vodka for kombu Martini or Bloody Mary.

Seapops
the tips of Bladderwrack

Blåstångsknoppar from Bohuslän (Fucus vesiculosus)

Netto weight 10g
80,- SEK/10g bag

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Seapops are the tips of bladderwrack picked only for about 10 weeks during the spring. Seapops are unique, crispy and delicate.

Seapops are rich on antioxidants such as vitamin E, C and beta- carotene a contain range of minerals and trace elements.

Seaweed is a natural product and can contain traces of crustaceans.

Suggested use:
Seapops are best to eat directly as a snack or to use as a garnish adding a subtle taste of sea to dishes. Seapops go well with meat as well as with fish.
Tip: sprinkle Seapops on smoked salmon with cream cheese.

Sugarkelp
Sockertång from Bohuslän (Saccharina latissima)

Sustainably harvested by divers, rinsed in seawater and dried.

Netto weight 10g

70,- SEK/10g bag

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Sugarkelp is a single frond brown seaweed growing up to 5 meters long. Sugarkelp has a savory-sweet taste due to its high mannitol content. Sugarkelp is high in iodine, iron, magnesium, zinc, calcium and potassium, vitamins C, A, B1, B2 and D.

Suggested use:
Sugarkelp is one of the most versatile seaweed in the kitchen. Sugarkelp can simply be used as a salt substitute or as a seasoning for added umami flavor on fish, rice, couscous, pizza, steak, mashed potatoes. It is also good to fry or to deep-fry after soaking in cold water for cca10 minutes.

Sugarkelp can be easily stirred fried and fits perfectly with kale. Our favorite is sugarkelp and kale sautéed in butter.

Sugarkelp, like kombu, enhances the flavor of any dishes with umami flavor and can be used as a base for Asian style soups and broths like dashi or miso.

Sugarkelp milled into flour can be added to bread or pasta dough. It helps the yeasting process in bread and adds valuable nutrition to plain pasta.

Grasskelp
Rörhinna from Bohuslän (Ulva intestinalis)

Netto weight 10g
80,- SEK/10g bag

 

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Grass kelp is a fine green seaweed with a taste of white truffle when fried. Grasskelp is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and vitamins A, C B12, B2 and B9 and has high protein content.

Suggested use:
Soak grasskelp in cold water for 5-10 minutes. Gently pull the grasskelp apart with your fingers. Add rehydrated grasskelp to salads marinated in a little lemon juice. Dry the excess water with tea towel to deep fry or to stir-fry.

Crumbled dried grasskelp provides salty seasoning to fish or meat dishes. Grasskelp fits well in dips or cream cheese spreads.

Add spoonful of grasskelp to smoothies, juices or protein shakes to increase their protein content and nutrition value.

Serrated wrack
Sågtång from Bohuslän (Fusus serratus)

Netto weight 10g
70,- SEK/10g bag

 

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Serrated wrack is a brown seaweed with a taste of ocean. It has high content of protein, natrium, calcium, potassium and magnesium, iodine, iron, manganese and zinc as well as Vitamins E, C, and beta- carotene.
and zinc as well as Vitamins E, C, and beta- carotene.

Suggested use:
Serrated wrack can be cooked, fried, grilled or roasted.
Boil the seaweed for 5 minutes, cool in a water bath and mix in salads or serve with other vegetables.

Dulce
Söl (Palmaria palmata)

Netto weight 10g
70,- SEK/10g bag

Any other amount, please contact us for availability and price.

Dulce is the only seaweed we import from Island or Ireland because it is not sustainable to harvest in Sweden. Dulce is the number one seaweed eaten in north Atlantic island states. Dulce is a red seaweed and goes well with both savory and sweet dishes. It has deep taste of licorice when boiled and bacon aftertaste when fried.

Suggested use:
Dulce can use both dried and soaked. Good to eat directly as a snack, or crumble over hot dishes as a flavor enhancer. Fry soaked dulce in butter and add to any dish. Dulce goes well with chocolate, homemade ice-creams and pastries.

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