• Johanna Lundstroem

Delicious & Super-Healthy Nori Rolls!

Nori rolls! Yes, it's messy to eat but I love the taste, how easy it is to make and how good it is for you!

If you ever want to whip up something fast, it's a good idea to buy some Organic Nori Sheets (ex: Gold Mine Organic Raw Sushi, you can also get a toasted version, Whole Foods carry them) to keep at home.

It's super easy to make for dinner and pretty quick (especially if you use ready made guacamole/tahini/hummus)!

The nice thing about it is that you can put just about anything in it!

There are 3 things that I recommend you always include to make it taste the best/be most nutritious:

Something leafy green - ex sprouts, fresh spinach, baby kale or other lettuce of choice

Something creamy - ex nut butter, guacamole (my favorite), hummus, tahini

Raw veggies - ex thin carrots, cucumber, celery sticks, tomatoes

If you want extra protein you can add any type of beans, this time I added some oven baked wild salmon, it was delicious!

Dip in Coconut Aminos (Trader Joe’s has an organic version).

This is a sample recipe: http://bit.ly/2mfuB0R

For protein, you could add a nut pate or sprinkle in finely copped nuts/seeds.

If you have the sheets at home you can always find something to add into it! If you make the pate on a Sunday it will last for a few days!

Raw Sunflower Pate: http://bit.ly/2mh7EdO (I use coconut aminos instead of soy)

Raw Walnut Pate: http://bit.ly/2jif6o0 (I use coconut aminos instead of soy) Nori Roll Nutrition Highlight: nori contains magnesium, calcium, iron, and antioxidant phytonutrients and folic acid.

Nori is also high in IODINE (an essential mineral) that many people are deficient in. Mineral salt does not contain iodine but table salt does. However, table salt is best avoided since it contains harsh chemicals that can be harmful to the body.

I don’t use anything like a mat to roll it since I don’t mind it being messy. You can if you like.

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