Paleo Sushi special

Paleo sushi is a version without rice and with cauliflower. Cauliflower is a great food for anti inflammatory purposes. It has proven that eating it help in reducing inflammation. It also rich in antioxidants.


Just for you to know the  29 calories, Close to zero grams of fat, sodium, or sugar, 73% daily value (DV) of Vitamin C, 19% DV of Vitamin K, 15% DV of folate14%, 13% DV of pantothenic acid, 12% DV of Vitamin B6, 11% DV of choline, 11% DV of fiber,  9% DV of Omega-3 fatty acids.


Nori sheets

1 cauliflower head for the rice

Salmon or tuna or your favorite veggie

1 avocado

1 cucumber

1 carrot

What you need:

Blender or food processor, or a knife to make the cauliflower rice

A bamboo sushi mat to roll the sushi


First rice the cauliflower by grating it or cutting into pieces and putting into a food processor until you get a finely shredded rice-like consistency. Throw the rice in a pan with a little bit of water and saute until the cauliflower has softened and becomes a bit sticky. You can sprinkle some salt to the cauliflower to bring out it’s flavor.

Lay out the sushi nori sheet on the bamboo mat and spread a thin layer of cauliflower rice on it. Leave the edges free of rice. (water in a cup could help you keep your fingers clean plus it will moisten them to manage the nori sheet to fold)

Add fish and/or veggies cut into stripes to only one side of the roll, being carefully not to add too much.

Season the inside with cayenne pepper if you like your sushi spicy. Or add a sauce made from mixing hot peppers and Paleo mayo.

Use the bamboo mat to roll up the sheet like a tiny rug. Slice the sushi log into 6 pieces to 8 pieces.


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