The other week we got sent some Seamore seaweed pasta to try. Although excited to try out a new recipe, I must admit I was a bit dubious to try this one. I am happy trying new ingredients but I was a little wary about how this one would taste and what the texture would be like (I think I had had a stressful week, it always makes me wary about my cooking skills). However, this was a dream to cook (I just followed the instructions on the pack), the texture was good, it had a slight bite to it and it wasn’t overpoweringly seasidey tasting. I think it would be a great alternative for people with coeliac disease as I am aware gluten free pasta can get quite soft.
Now the benefits of Seamore are so numerous they provided me with this helpful inforgraphic for you. After all a picture paints a thousand words.
Anyway, as a sea themed meal, I served my Seamore pasta up with baked seabass for a quick weeknight meal.
For baked sea bass and Seamore pasta you will need:
1 sea bass fillet per person
1 preserved lemon
1 handful cherry tomato halves per person
1 serving Seamore pasta per person
Preheat your oven to 200°C. Boil your kettle and start cooking the Seamore pasta according to the instructions on the packet. Place your sea bass skin side down on a baking tray. Sprinkle over the chilli, chop your preserved lemon and tomatoesand disperse evenly over the fish. Drizzle with olive oil and bake for approx. 15 minutes until the sea bass is opaque.
Serve the fish, lemon and tomatoes on a bed of your seaweed and enjoy!
We both really enjoyed this recipe and trying something new. Sometimes its good to get out of your comfort zone.
Seamore pasta is available to buy online and at Wholefoods stores. For more information click here.