And poor Sadie, she went from my parents house (while we were in Portland), to this house (with 2 other dogs), and then tomorrow we will be switching homes and housesitting/dogsitting for yet another family. She’s really not sure what to think. But at least the dogs are welcoming her with open……bellies. haha.
Anyway, since we’re feeling quite nomadic these days our meals have been rather “odd.” Meaning, whatever is in the panty is what I’m making.
Not to worry, we did not forget to keep some Cotter staples with us.
Okay, back to my oddness.
So, the first night we got back from Portland we were pretty much empty handed. I had some wasabi seaweed snacks left over from the trip, some eggs, and some GF flour.
Can you guess what I did?
Yep, wasabi seaweed crepes.
Talk about ODD, but oh my, it was actually pretty darn tasty!!
Wasabi Seaweed Crepes
- 2 tbsp GF flour (I used coconut and potato mixed)
- 3 strips of wasabi seaweed OR you can use 1 sheet nori with 2 tsp wasabi powder or wasabi mustard
- 1 tbsp oil
- 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
- 2- 3 tbsp milk or water
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- any other spices you like. I added some paprika, cause we love paprika!
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 egg
- goat cheese or white cheddar (optional)
- Sirracha Chili sauce to garnish.
Combine your flour, milk/water, spices, egg, vinegar, and baking powder. Mix/beat well until smooth. Oil a pan and place on medium high heat. Add your seaweed strip to the bottom of the pan. Let them cook for a minute. Then add in batter. It will cook up quickly. Flip over once and cook on other side until golden brown. Place on plate and add cheese to topping. Microwave or broil for the last minute in order to melt cheese. Then add the secret sauce…..sirracha chili sauce!!
Odd? Yes. Delicious? Surprisingly Yes!
What’s the oddest thing you’ve made lately? Did it turn out to be delicious?