Here’s a light, quick, nutritious recipe that’s good for picnics or at home.
For people who may wish to avoid, but miss eating rice – the ground cauliflower is a good, filling, instant substitute. And cauliflower has its own natural vegetable sweetness.
These ingredients are also good for your mood, nerves, and sustaining your energy. Enjoy!
Cauliflower Nori Rolls
- 4 sheets raw nori
- 1/2 head cauliflower
- avocado, thinly sliced
- any of the following vegetables, grated or sliced in long thin strips: carrots, cucumbers, celery sprouts
- In a food processor, grind cauliflower until grainy.
- Place a thin layer of cauliflower on nori sheet. Spread to edges, side to side, and within 1 – 2 inches from top and bottom.
- Place avocado slices and veggies in center of cauliflower.
- Roll the nori sheet, pulling tight as you roll it up, and place a few drops of water along the seam to seal.
- Cut with a serrated knife. Dip the knife in water before cutting.
This recipe is taken from Deliciously Quick Lunch & Dinner Ideas
Energizing Whole Foods Meals for Busy People on the Run’ by Dr. Ritamarie.
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Yours in health and joy,
Comment below: What is your favorite raw nori roll filling recipe?
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