Nori Sushi Rolls

Serves 2
Total Time: 20 minutes


• 4 sheets of nori, cut diagonally in half
• One cup of your favourite cooked grain
(try quinoa, amaranth, millet, whatever
you like)
• Handful of sliced or crumbled tempeh
• Romaine lettuce leaves, cut in half
• One green apple, sliced into thin strips
• One avocado, pitted, peeled, and sliced
• One cucumber, sliced thinly
• One scallion, sliced thinly
• Handful of micro-greens, sprouts, and/or
pea shoots
• Basil, parsley, and or cilantro leaves
• Hemp seeds, sesame seeds, and/or chia seeds


1. To assemble, just spread a bit of your cooked grain in the middle of the nori sheet,
than layer on your other ingredients, and top with a dollop of the sriracha mayo.
2. Wrap up your sushi burrito, and seal the edges with a bit of water.

Serve with wheat-free tamari or Bragg’s


Nori is a sea vegetable that provides a healthy source of iron, protein, vitamin B12, and iodine.

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