A spicy, savory sushi filling that goes well with Nama Shoyu, wasabi, red bell pepper, shredded Romaine, and cucumber. I served these at a potluck and people seemed to like them.
I'm so excited to share with you this savory sauce I've created this week... I ate this with a so delightful sushi roll (the best I've ever had!) made of: parnsip rice (found here:http://therawchef.com/therawchefblog/raw-recipe-broccoli-hoisini-sauce-parsnip-rice, but without mac nuts or green onion, but added fresh chives), avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, shredded carrots, alfalfa and chia sprouts, bell pepper, green onion, ananas, sesame and fresh cilantro and bee balm leaves, roll in a nori and spinach lined rice paper sheet (not raw).. yum!
Makizushi (lit. rolled sushi) or makimono (lit. variety of rolls) is cylindrical piece, formed with the help of a bamboo mat, called a makisu. Makizushi is generally wrapped in nori, but can occasionally be found wrapped in a thin omelette, soy paper, cucumber, or parsley. Makizushi is usually cut into six or eight pieces, which constitutes a single roll order. Below is a RAW FOOD RECIPE I came up with last night.
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For an easy lunch option I keep a packet of nori sheets in the cupboard at work so I can stuff them with whatever greens and veges I bring with me or grab from the supermarket. Sprouts make a great stuffing for nori rolls as they are nice and compact allowing you to roll it up nicely. Almost any vegetable works in a nori roll, zucchini or cucumber, grated carrot, tomatoes, olives, herbs, the combinations are endless. Asparagus is right in season now and it’s the perfect shape for a nori roll.
Easy, quick, and simple nori wraps that aren't full of nuts. Keep well in the fridge for a day or two - I like to make them to take to work!