Cauliflower Sushi

Alternative title for this may be: "Sushi for the talentless" - I am really not skilled with the nori sheets. But we all know it is the inside that counts, right? In this case, the inside is different sorts of gooey mash - cauliflower "rice", sweet potato and avocado! It sure makes it easier to roll without having to consider the carrot- and cucumber sticks et cetera.

This recipe should make circa 3 rolls, but as it turns out my dear partner apparently snacks on nori sheets occasionally, there were only two left in the pantry...

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HOW TO

Steam the cauliflower for circa 6 minutes before placing it in the blender. Mix until it has reached a rice like consistency, then add the liquids to the rice. Let cool for at least 15-20 minutes, but best be it for a few hours.

 CAULIFLOWER RICE

  • ½ a cauliflower
  • 1 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
  • ½ tsp liquid sweetener (such as agave syrup)
  • a pinch of salt

Along with fillings of choice, I am using sweet potato and avocado, but one can of course use any ordinary (or unordinary)sushi fillings.

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For the sweet potato, I just boiled it and mashed it in the blender. The avocado is mixed with chili and lemon juice. As this is Sushi for the Talentless (or rather, by the talentless) I will not give you any advice on how to roll properly, I am fairly clueless myself. I would say, follow the instructions on the nori package of how to fold, or use something such as this guide.Believe it or not, these are actually well made in comparison to the last time I tried out this recipe.

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Believe it or not, these are actually well made in comparison to the last time I tried out this recipe.