Delicious low-carb substitute for sushi with rice!
I made low-carb sushi for the first time yesterday. I've been extremely busy recently, but that's no excuse for eating unhealthy foods. It is especially important to feed our bodies healthy foods when we are stressed.
That's why I made this delicious healthy low-carb sushi the other day. This vegan sushi is high in antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, minerals, unsaturated fats, and protein. Instead of white rice, avocado is used as a base, giving the sushi a delicious and creamy texture. Cauliflower rice can also be used to make low-carb sushi!
If you have any questions about the recipe, please leave a comment at the bottom of the page!
2 nori sheets
1 ripe avocado
1/2 red bell pepper
15 g alfafa
1/4 red onion
1 tbsp sesame seeds
Soy sauce to taste
Method of preparation
Place the two nori sheets on a flat surface, such as a counter or cutting board. Place the avocado cubes in a bowl after peeling and cutting it into cubes. Then, using a fork, mash these cubes in the bowl and set aside. Set aside all vegetables, which have been cut into thin strips.
Distribute the avocado puree evenly across the undersides of both nori sheets. Place the thin vegetable strips horizontally above the avocado puree on the nori sheets with care. Then fold the bottom of the nori sheets over to the end of the filling, while holding the filling in place with your fingers and rolling tightly until the sheet is finished.
Wet your index finger and roll the last bit of the sheet when you get to the end. After that, wet your hands and rub the nori sheets together. The wetting ensures that the nori sheets adhere to one another.
You can now cut the sushi rolls into the desired number of pieces with a sharp knife, but you can also eat the roll whole. Serve with soy sauce and sesame seeds as garnish. Have a delicious meal!
Serving Size: 1 Roll
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes
Servings: 2 sushi rolls
Category: Main course, Lunch
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