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Recipe Friday: Warm and Crunchy Sushi Rolls

Happy Recipe Friday!

Today we are featuring Alicia Galantic, blogger and founder of Healthing You!



Hi, I’m Alicia Galantic, and when it comes to mind, body, and nature, I feel a true sense of who I am. I’m passionate about inspiring others to live a healthy lifestyle that they can truly thrive from. At Healthing You, you can expect to find a foundation of nourishing plant-based recipes and positive energy. My goal is to simply “health” as many people as I can because I believe it is the root of true success.


HOW I #LiveMyHealth

Whether you are herbivore, paleo, vegetarian, I’m not concerned with the labels…however it’s a fact that more plant-based food in your diet goes a long way. When you eat more whole foods, it means more antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Let’s face it, plant-based food enhances our overall health and it does a pretty good job preventing illnesses.



{Serves 1, Prep Time 7 minutes}

What You’ll Need
1 Nori Sheet
1/2 Avocado
1/2 Green Pepper
2 Tbsp. of Vegenaise
2 Tbsp. of Cajun Pepper
1 Tbsp. of Paprika
1 Tbsp. of Red Pepper
2/3 Cup of Brown Rice
1 Handful of Crunchy Onions
Low Sodium Soy Sauce (optional)


What You’ll Do
1. Place your nori sheet out flat on top of parchment paper.
2. Warm up your cooked brown rice and add some low sodium soy sauce (optional).
3. Press the brown rice down on nori sheet (leave 1 1/2 in. of space on ends. The warm rice should somewhat stick).
4. Next, dice the avocado and pepper and evenly spread out on rice.
5. Spread some seasoning of your choice on top (I used black pepper).
6. Next, starting on the end closest to you, start to roll tightly and firm until everything is wrapped completely.
7. Trim off about 1 in. of the ends to allow the rolls to all look nice.
8. While holding entire roll and moving your way down, start to cut the entire roll into small circles, otherwise known as “sushi rolls.”
9. Place each roll to show as a circle on plate.
10. Warm up your rolls for 20 seconds in the microwave.
11. Place the Vegenaise in a bowl and add the cajun pepper and paprika to form a slight red color.
12. Place a dab of this sauce on each warm roll on plate.
13. Add some crunch of your choice, I used crunchy onions.
14. Lastly, add some more black and red pepper on each roll to top off.
15. Enjoy each scrumptious bite. You won’t be disappointed!

For more recipes and health tips, visit Alicia’s Blog, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or Twitter.

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