Avocado Hand Roll

Nori handrolls are one of my favorite lunch, dinner or snacks – Full of B Vitamins, fiber and low glycemic. A great and fun way to disguise seaweed, the best food to detoxify radiation and boost your thyroid function. By combining the rice wrappers, the rolling is easier to manage, plus you get a little extra substance. 

Ingredients (serves 3)

Large bowl of hot water(let it cool after it boils so you can put your fingers in it)
9 round rice wrappers (sometimes called WonTon wrapper)
9 large Nori sheets
2 avocados
9 Romaine lettuce spears
Optional: 2 cups of any shredded veggies you wish – carrots, cabbage, daikon, cucumbers. If you’re not detoxing, you could also add shrimp cocktail, tofu cubes, leftover chicken.
6 Tablespoons Braggs vegetable aminos, coconut aminos or gluten-free tamari
3 Teaspoons of sesame seeds
3 Pinches organic wasabi powder

Directions:

You’ll need a clean surface like a no-stick cutting board (I use marble) or a bamboo sushi mat.
Dip 1 rice wrapper into the water. It should be al dente.  Place it on the clean surface or mat.
Next place the nori wrapper on top of the cooked wonton wrapper. At this point you can trim the nori if you wish to make everything round but I am low-key so I just leave it. 
Spread your fillings along the near border of the wraps. If using romaine then I add the Avocado slices and any other vegetables on top of the Romaine canoe  
As tightly and delicately as you can, wrap the fillings to the inside of the nori/wonton wrapper

 

Dipping sauce:
I recommend giving each place setting their own dipping bowl, so they can double dip the handrolls.
For each serving, mix 2 T of aminos or tamari with 1 pinch of wasabi (to preference) and 1 teaspoon of sesame seeds. 
Eat and Enjoy! 

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