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Friday, June 20, 2014

Raw Sushi - Outer Aisle Style

I love this sushi recipe as its a healthy, refreshing summer dinner!  I love sushi, but don't like the rice part of it as it adds the carbs that spike the blood sugar. I have also switched to coconut aminos instead of soy sauce because of the wheat in soy sauce.  Coconut aminos are tasty and healthy!  My son is coming in town soon and I am going to make these sushi rolls for him!  Can't wait!

The recipe of the week is... Raw Sushi - Outer Aisle Style 

Veggie Rice Ingredients:
2 packs of OAG Veggie-Rice
1 T. raw tahini
1/2" nub ginger, shaved
1 t. EVOO
1 t. seasoned rice vinegar (if you are worried about 100% raw, sub raw apple cider vinegar)
a few drops raw honey, to taste
1/2 t. sea salt
1/4 pepper

Sushi Ingredients:
4 large nori sheets
1 avocado, sliced
1/2 mango, sliced
1/3 english cucumber, sliced
4 oz. raw sushi grade salmon, cut in long thin slices (optional)
1/2 lemon, half sliced thinly
2 scallions, finely diced
sesame seeds, for garnish
coconut amino (or nama shoyu) for dipping

In the bowl, combine all ingredients for the Veggie-Rice and stir until well-combined.

To assemble sushi, lay 1 sheet of nori on a bamboo mat covered with a square of plastic wrap (or you can just use plastic wrap), making sure the nori is laying the long way from right to left..   Cover the nori with a thin layer of the veggie-rice mixture but leave a 1" border on just one side of the nori.  Then, lengthwise on top of the veggie-rice lay the avocado, mango, cucumber, and salmon in a line down the middle.  If using salmon, take a small wedge of lemon and squeeze it over the ingredients before rolling.

Carefully pick up the opposite end to the 1" border free veggie-rice and begin to roll over the ingredients, tugging tightly as you roll to keep the roll free of gaps in the middle.  Continue to roll until hitting the border free of the veggie-rice mixture and squeeze the roll gently all along the length of it, shaping it round as best as possible.

Carefully remove the bamboo mat and plastic wrap and allow the roll to sit for a minute or two to let the nori bind to itself.  Then, with a very sharp knife, carefully cut the roll in half.  Then cut each half in half again, and once more cut the four pieces in half, resulting in 8 individual pieces.  Arrange the pieces on a plate and garnish with lemon slices, scallions, and sesame seeds, as desired.  Serve with coconut aminos.

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