Appears in

A World in My Kitchen

A World in My Kitchen

By Peter Gordon

Published 2003

Nori is a type of seaweed, also called ‘laver’ by the Welsh. Used in Japanese sushi making to hold rice and flavourings together in a nori roll or Californian roll. Made much like sheets of home-made paper, the seaweed is pulped, then dried on fine mesh nets to produce fragile paper-like squares.