I keep posting lately recipes with Spirulina as it is considered a Superfood and if you google the health benefits of spirulina you will see why!! Just look at the dark green color – loaded with nutrients and chlorphyll just to name a couple of things.
Not always pleasant tasting on it’s own but when you can mix it into things, you are only increasing the nutritional value and eating healthier which is cool by the way 🙂
This recipe looks a little funky, but makes a great snack and one you can carry for on the go! Totally raw and vegan, unless you need to use an oven – again still better than many other options when one is trying to eat healthy. This recipe makes approx 8 – 10 rolls so you can always double it and put in sealed container (once they are dehydrated).
– 1 small Onion chopped
– 1 cup raw Sunflower seeds (soaked or unsoaked)
– ½ cup raw Sesame seeds
– ½ cup fresh Cilantro
– ¼ cup Nutritional Yeast
– juice of 1 Lemon
– pinch Himalayan Sea Salt
– 1 tsp Spirulina (Purium’s Spirulina)
– Spices (optional)
Throw all ingredients in a processor and process until desired consistency (either a little chunky or rather smooth)
Approximately 5 Raw Nori sheets – yes you can buy Nori sheets raw – it will say right on the package, a little harder to find and if you can’t then of course you can use regular Nori sheets (not raw but still healthy).
Cut into 3 pieces as even ½ a sheet will be too much.
Put a line of the mixture on each piece and roll up (I used a Sushi mat to help with the rolling).
Put in dehydrator and dehydrate for approximately 12 – 14 hours.
Keep in a sealed container and it will keep for a couple of weeks.
Great for a quick on the go snack and loaded with nutrition!!
Enjoy and please feel free to share – thanks for stopping by!!