One of my favourite non-raw snacks is the Iku Wholefoods 'Nori Roll' with brown rice.
The following recipe was my first attempt to recreate as I love the flavours so much - salty, spicy, sour, etc.
I added the dipping sauce to the cauliflower rice, which tastes great, but perhaps made the nori filling a little soggier than I would have preferred. Perhaps just add 1/2 and save 1/2 to dip!
This yielded enough to fill 6 nori sheets which I cut in half. These are best eaten within an hour.
The mixture (rice and dressing) could sit to marinate for a while and then be stuffed into lettuce/cabbage leaves.
I wasn't even trying to make a curry though I LOVE Indian food! I was just at the market thinking up a stuffed tomato salad with perhaps a vague Morrocan theme, and happened to pick up some Indian spices for future use.
I have quite a bit of experience with Indian cooking back in the days... and I don't know why it took me so long to try it raw! (A friend had told me she hadn't had any luck with it... )
So at the last minute I decided to go for the Indian touch instead, thinking either way this recipe wasn't going to turn out very well... and I was surprised how amazing it turned out! Can't wait to try more!!!
This is a very flavoursome salad. You could use other seaweeds also, in the image I used arame and sea spaghetti because I didn't have enough arame.
I just decided this afternoon to put anything good I could find in my fridge into a nori sheet...and it turned out amazingly.
This is a really easy and versatile curry. You can have it on it’s own, with crackers or so many other ways and all the spices are really warming so it’s great if you’re feeling the cold.