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You will need to dry the lime rind a day ahead.

You'll need

1 lime 2 tbsp sesame seeds, toasted 3 sheets wasabi nori, finely shredded (see note) 24 oysters, shucked To serve: lime wedges

Method

  • 01
  • Remove rind from lime with a peeler and using a sharp knife thinly slice rind widthways. Place rind on a plate in a warm dry place for 24 hours until dry and crisp. Combine dried rind in a bowl with sesame seeds and nori.
  • 02
  • To serve, scatter oysters with nori mixture and a squeeze of lime.

Note Wasabi-seasoned nori is available from Tokyo Mart and other Asian food stores. If unavailable, substitute with shredded roasted nori and season with powdered wasabi both available from Asian food stores.


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  • Serves 12 people
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  • Serves 12 people

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