Quinoa Nori Rolls

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Makes 6 rolls – enough for 3 people:

– nori rolls (normally have 2-3 per person)

– 3/4 of a cup of quinoa (195g)

– 2 carrots

– 1 zucchini (courgette)

– 1 large red pepper

– a handful of asparagus stalks

– 2 avocados

Optional: bean sprouts

For the avocado cream recipe see here

Start by cooking the quinoa with boiling water, add a sprinkling of salt in the beginning as this will be absorbed as it cooks to make it more flavoursome.

Then chop all your veggies into long thin strips – of you’re using asparagus you might want to steam it for 3-5 minutes first, although you don’t have to. Next, make the avocado cream.

Once the quinoa is cooked and has cooled enough you’re ready to roll! The best way to do this is to first put a layer of avocado cream in a strip on the very left hand side, then top it with a sprinkling of quinoa and veggies. Once you’re ready roll it tightly to the opposite side, then chop into bite sized pieces using a sharp, preferably cerated knife. Then eat and enjoy!