Sea Spaghetti look like long olive-green spaghetti growing from a small disk-shaped holdfast on the lower shore. They can be up to 2 metres long!
They have a nice nutty taste rather than a strong sea or fishy one, so they can be used in many dishes like salads, soups, and stews.
As the name indicates they look like spaghetti. So just replace part of the “ordinary” spaghetti with sea spaghetti and you have a great dish with added vegetable part and fewer carbohydrates!
After soaking and boiling until al dente, they can be stored in the fridge for 2 or 3 days.
They are also very tasty in salads mixed with carrots or beet root, a drizzle of Balsamic vinegar and nut oil…
As they are naturally gluten free, Sea Spaghetti are a great and healthy alternative for persons with coeliac disease.