Perfectly copy the small snacks of Japanese sake, and the fragrance is crisp and can't stop!
I bought a small snack in the lower left corner some time ago and thought it was delicious, so I prepared to copy it. Here is the Japanese-style kelp, which is called Haimuer in the country. Later, it was tried again with seaweed. It is also very delicious. Pay attention to the choice of clean and no-sea kelp seaweed.
Pour 1 scoop of olive oil (15ml) into the pan, turn over medium heat, pour in the dried kelp (do not wash), stir fry until each kelp is oiled, become oily, then add a small amount of salt, And the right amount of sugar, stir fry evenly, the amount of salt is less than sugar. Stir fry until the kelp becomes very crispy and crispy. Add the appropriate amount of sesame and stir well.