Perfectly Paleo Sushi

Since going paleo there have been few foods that I’ve craved, however, over the last week or so I’ve been dying to get my hands on some sushi! I’m also a huge fan of mooli wraps, so the inspiration for this paleo friendly “sushi” mainly came from them! It’s so simple to make, yet it looks ridiculously impressive!

photo 3 (12)

Ingredients:

1 Courgette
1 Carrot
1/8 of a Cucumber
1/4 Red Pepper

Your choice of meat/seafood: I went with a darn salmon baked in lemon juice, garlic and pepper.

Utensils:

Chopping board
Sharpe knife
Peeler
Spoon
Fork

Method:

  1. Ribbon the courgette with the peeler and roll into small tubesphoto 1 (14)
  2. Peel the carrot, chop it in half and then peel the flat side of the half to make ribbons, don’t worry if they aren’t perfect they don’t need to be!
    photo 2 (14)
  3. Cut off the skin of the cucumber and slice it into small strips
  4. Chop the pepper into small stripsphoto 3 (13)
  5. Flake the salmon (or prepare whatever you have chosen)photo 4 (11)
  6. Lay out a courgette ribbon, place some carrot strips on top
  7. Stack 3-4 pieces of cucumber and pepper at one end of the ribbon
  8. Place your meat on topphoto 1 (13)
  9. Slowly roll into “sushi”photo 2 (13)
  10. Repeat steps 6-9 until you run out of ingredients
  11. Enjoy πŸ™‚

photo 4 (10)

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