Bara Lawr (Welsh)

porphyra seaweed, oatmeal

It is made by cooking porphyra seaweed slowly over the course of up to ten hours until it becomes a puree known as laver. The seaweed can also be cooked with oatmeal to make laverbread. It can be served with bacon and cockles as a breakfast dish, or fried in to small patties.Today, laverbread is commercially produced by washing in water, cooking for about 5 hours before chopping, salting and packaging.…

Created Dec. 4, 2016 by: eemia21

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