Dried Kelp (Laminaria digitata)
Product category Seaweed, Fish & Seafood
Mungo has developed a range of simple dried seaweeds. Kelp (Laminaria Digitata) or sometimes referred to as ‘Irish Kombu’, is a versatile seaweed and is a wonderful flavour enhancer for soups and stocks. It is most commonly used to make dashi broth as well as being added to beans when cooking. While its texture is a bit tough in dried form, it softens up and adds great flavour to braises and stews.
Kelp (Laminaria digitata)
Made in: Ireland
Sinead O'Brien Message maker
Sinead is the founder of Mungo Murphy's Seaweed Co. A supplier of fresh Irish seaweed and ambient seaweed seasoning products as well as fresh abalone, sea cucumber and sea urchins from our land-based aquaculture farm in the West of Ireland. All of our abalone, sea cucumber and sea urchins are fed a diet of fresh Connemara seaweed. No dry foods, no artificial feeds, just fresh kelp.