recipe - cauliflower sushi

It feels good to eat well (and healthy) - but sometimes healthy food can still be improved on...

For example many sushi rolls are often packed full of rice & only contain a small amount veggie or protein filling (the bit I like best)

They don't take long to make & contain 5 types of veggies along with good fats.

Use your imagination and be creative with the fillings!!

1 packet nori (seaweed) sheets

For the cauliflower rice:

1/2 a medium cauliflower

1/2 cup pecans (soaked in water for 15 mins)

1 tsp apple cider vinegar

juice of half a lemon

Take pecans out of the water & blitz all these ingredients together in a blender to the consistency of rice

For the fillings - cut into stips:

2 small carrots

2 chunks of cucumber (about 8cm long)

red cabbage (cut up the same quantity as the carrot)

1 cup of alfalfa sprouts

Set aside the veggies once cut

For the avocado cream:

1 avocado

squeeze of 1/2 lemon

1cm knob of ginger

Again, whiz all these ingredients in a blender and set aside

Now to build:

Lay out the nori sheet on your work surfacespoon ‘rice’ onto sheet, (about .5cm thick) leaving an inch from the top & bottom

Dollop & spread a little avocado cream through the middle

Add your veggie strips at the bottom part of your rice layer

Dab a little water to the top of your nori sheet (area that you left free) then starting from the bottom, roll your creation upwards and seal the edges with a little extra water on your finger tips if needed

Repeat until all your ingredients have been used up then cut them in half or into little bite size pieces if you prefer

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