carragheen


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Synonyms for carragheen

dark purple edible seaweed of the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America

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Damodharan Rangasam took carragheen to new heights when he cooked the local seaweed delicacy boiled in milk for a banquet on Islay.
For the opening Group E match between Ireland and Cameroon, I suggest popping down to Asda to get some Carragheen moss, a purple seaweed you dry in the sun before cooking it in milk and making a sort of blancmange.
The term carragheen was given to the gelatins derived from the red seaweeds traditionally consumed by Celtic peoples.
The seaweed they use is red carragheen, but the cream's 50-year-old recipe is a closely- guarded secret.