Parsons - Laverbread, 120g
Despite its name, Parsons laverbread is a traditional Celtic delicacy made from seaweed and is great for making delicious vegan seafood-inspired recipes.
- Source of iron
- Only natural ingredients
- Dairy and gluten-free
- Ideal for making seafood-inspired vegan dishes
- Hight in iodine
Don’t let the name fool you, this traditional Celtic delicacy is not a type of bread. Laverbread is made from the seaweed that grows along the rocky Welsh coast.
This seaweed is thoroughly washed and gently cooked until it softens. Although Laverbread is typically eaten with mushrooms, eggs, and fried cockles, it is also a great vegan ingredient that captures the taste of the sea.
Parsons Laverbread makes a tasty snack spread over hot buttered toast and sprinkled with vegan cheese. It can also be cooked into patties, used to add a seaside twist to your nut roast, or stuffed inside ravioli to make a sumptuous vegan seafood pasta dish.
The seaweed laverbread has a similar taste to that used in Japan to make nori and is a great source of iron and iodine.
Seaweed, Sea Salt, Water
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make vegan Laverbread patties?
Mix two 120g tins of laverbread with 80g of porridge oats in a bowl. Season the mixture with salt and black pepper. Mould the mixture into patties with your hands, you should get about 15 from this. Then simply fry them in a pan with vegan butter until they are hot all the way through and crispy on the outside. Serve them as part of a vegan fried breakfast or in burger buns.