Spicy Dulse Grilled Cheese - Foraged

Spicy Dulse Grilled Cheese

Give your grilled cheese a briny-spicy edge with a chimichurri made with dulse seaweed.

What is Dulse?

Dulse is a sea vegetable found on both the East and West coasts of North America. Like all seaweeds, it’s an algae, but in contrast to many other commonly eaten species, dulse is a red. The shape, texture, and flavor of seaweed can change dramatically based on where they are harvested or cultivated, but in all cases: dulse is delicious, mild, and versatile. It boasts a sea of nutritional benefits and can be eaten raw and cooked. 

Where Can I find Dulse?

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make dulse chimichurri
coat bread with mayoannaise
top with cheese and chimichurri
fry on both sides

Spicy Dulse Grilled Cheese

Give your grilled cheese a briny-spicy edge with a chimichurri made with dulse seaweed.
Prep Time5 mins
Active Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Author: JB Douglas

Materials

  • sliced crusty bread
  • mayonnaise
  • cheese [such as colby, cheddar, and pepperjack]
  • dulse chimichurri*
  • kim chi or hot sauce [optional]

Instructions

  • 1. Make dulse chimichurri*
  • 2. Preheat a skillet over medium heat. Cut thick slices of bread, and spread mayonnaise on one side of each slice.
  • 3. Place one slice of bread, mayo side down, into the preheated skillet. Top with a slick of the dulse chimichurri, several slices of cheese, and more chimichurri. Cover the skillet and cook until the cheese softens and the bread begins to brown on the underside.
  • 4. Add kim chi or hot sauce (if using), and then top with the second slice of bread, mayo side out. Flip the sandwich and continue to cook until the second side is nicely browned and the cheese is perfectly melted. Serve immediately.

Notes

*See our recipe for dulse chimichurri

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