Mini Seaweed Wraps: GimMe Seaweed Review

Mini Seaweed Wraps: GimMe Seaweed Review

I ate two boxes of GimMe seaweed in one sitting, so I only had one box to make my mini seaweed wraps. That's when you know they're good.  


When I tried another brand of seaweed right after demolishing the first two boxes, the other brand tasted like paper. So... I promptly tossed the other brand and made these mini seaweed wraps with my remaining box.

These mini seaweed wraps make you feel like a healthy snacker. They're a legitimately tasty alternative to chips. The ingredients are pretty good (seaweed and a bunch of seasonings).  Also, they're not high in sodium, which is super refreshing (a lot of these packaged snacks tend to be VERY salty). I would definitely buy GimMe Seaweed again.


What to Do

  1. Cook your rice over the stove (1 cup rice & 2 cups water)... or if you're feeling fancy do it per these sushi rice instructions.
  2. Chop up your tofu cutlet into small cubes and stir fry with sesame oil over medium heat. (until they're slightly browned on the sides)
  3. Wait until everything cools to room temperature.
  4. To make the sauce: mince garlic and mix with apple cider vinegar and soy sauce.
  5. To make the wrap: Hold the seaweed in the palm of your hand and add 1 tbsp. of sushi rice & 1-2 pieces of cubed tofu.
  6. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and wrap. It takes a bit of dexterity, but it's not too tough.
  7. The moisture of the rice should be enough to seal the mini roll.
  8. Enjoy immediately with sauce.
Finding food that worth the calories.