Dulse / Dillisk Nutritional Info

Typical Analysis Of Dulse / Dillisk Seaweed – Palmaria Palmata

Dillisk / Dulse,  well known in the Irish tradition as a “salty” snack. Very common in the old times.

Very tasty, Dulse / Dillisk can be used to enhance flavour in fish recipes.

The powder form can be added to flour for bread making and pasta making.

  • Protein: 12-21%
  • Fat: 0.7-3%
  • Carbohydrates: 46-50%
  • Vitamin: C 150-280 ppm
  • Beta Carotene: 663 i.u
  • Vitamin B1: 7 ppm
  • Vitamin B2: 2-5 ppm
  • Vitamin B3: 2-19 ppm
  • Vitamin B6: 9 ppm
  • Vitamin B12: 6.6 ppb
  • Vitamin E: 1.71 ppm
  • Calcium: 2,000-8,000 ppm
  • Iodine: 150-550 ppm
  • Iron: 56-350 ppm
  • Magnesium: 0.2-0.5%
  • Manganese: 10-155 ppm
  • Sodium: 0.8-3%
  • Zinc: 3 ppm
Dillisk

well known in the Irish tradition as a “salty” snack. Very common in the old times.

Very tasty, it can be used to enhance flavour in fish recipes.

The powder form can be added to flour for bread making and pasta making.

It is well known in the Irish tradition as a “salty” snack. Very common in the old times.

Very tasty, Dulse / Dillisk can be used to enhance flavour in fish recipes.

The powder form can be added to flour for bread making and pasta making.

Dillisk / Dulse,  well known in the Irish tradition as a “salty” snack. Very common in the old times.

It can be used to enhance flavour in fish recipes.

The powder form can be added to flour for bread making and pasta making.

It can be used to enhance flavour in fish recipes.

The powder form can be added to flour for bread making and pasta making.