Today I managed to serve a salad that doesn’t look like a salad, as lately my family was complaining that we have salad everyday 😛
I could eat salad 365 days a year without any problem. As a side dish or main course, just raw vegetables salad or adding roasted veggies, pulses, cereals, seeds, egg, chicken or cheese… I will never be tired.
Anyway, at home they said these Nori rolls are a very “cool sushi style” so it was a success! 😉
I hope you will like them too.
For 4 persons:
Nori seaweed (5 leaves)
1 small cucumber
1 tuna tin
3 tablespoons of cream cheese (style Philadelphia, low fat)
a drizzle of soy sauce
Peel and grate the carrots. Dress them with a drizzle of soy sauce.
Peel the cucumber and the avocado. Cut them into fine sticks.
Drain the tuna, put it in a bowl, add the cream cheese and mix it.
On each Nori leaf, put a couple of sticks of cucumber, avocado, some grated carrots and a spoon of tuna. Roll it. Put some drops of water at the tip of the leaf so it will stick and stay closed.
Cut the rolls with a serrated knife into 2 or 3 pieces.
Ready to eat!
These veggie-nori rolls are a different way to eat salad, with the advantage that in addition to the benefits of raw vegetables, we are consuming seaweed. Seaweed is very rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins A, B, C, E… they have protein of high biological value and they reduce cholesterol.
So this is an uncomplicated but complete and balanced meal.