I know what you’re thinking.
A) Yum these look so good! What is Nori? *Googles furiously*
B) I AM NOT EATING SEAWEED
Shhhh, calm down. It’s actually legitimately delicious, and you’ll realize that these Nori veggie bites taste a little like sushi, minus the fish and plus hummus. It also tastes delish with soy sauce and is the healthiest plant-based lunch you’ll have this week.
Seriously though, I was also hung up on the seaweed when I was making this. But I needed a replacement for the bread products I usually use in my wraps and rolls, and I thought that Nori sheets would help me steer my diet away from flour and back to plant things.
WHAT YOU NEED
- Nori Sheets. Cheap, delicious, and they last a long time. You can buy them in the Asian food section of your grocery store.
- Hummus. Preferably homemade, like the photo above. Check out our recipe here. No tahini in our recipe, so it’s healthier, low-fat, and tastier!
- A variety of veggies. I used avocado, spinach, bell peppers, and carrots. Parsley to garnish both the Hummus and the rolls, because parsley is nonsensically photogenic.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
Spread hummus on the nori roll, and add some to the edge to close the nori roll. (It’s like glue, to keep the rolls together).
Pile on ze vegetables.
Pat yourself on the back for being an inventive plant-based dieter!
Literally, this recipe is so easy and delicious it doesn’t even count as a recipe.
HOW TO CONVINCE YOUR CARNIVORE FRIENDS THIS IS DELICIOUS
A) “It’s sushi, but with veggies and with hummus instead of fish! Try it with soy sauce, it really is delicious! And the good-for-you fat and vitamins in the avocado will help you live longer!”