Keto Sushi

Yes, you read it right! Keto sushi is here and it truly is amazing. I used to be a big eater of sushi and have missed it greatly. I put off trying keto sushi for a long time because I thought it would be a huge time sink and a massive headache to be able to make it properly. I had never rolled sushi either, so I had some sort of fear holding me back from trying it.

Keto Meal PlanSTEP-BY-STEP KETO DIET PLAN FOR BEGINNERS

Well, I tried it, I liked it, and I’ve made it numerous times since. It’s really not as hard as I thought it’d be, and it’s SO good! I definitely recommend this to anyone that loves sushi – you won’t regret it. You can use practically any seafood you want (I’ve done a few more rolls since with crab and also sashimi grade tuna).

This makes a total of 3 servings of Keto Sushi. Each serving is just over 1 1/2 rolls, which comes out to be 353 Calories, 25.7g Fats, 5.7g Net Carbs, and 18.3g Protein.

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Using a food processor, rice the cauliflower into rice-sized pieces by pulsing.
  • Slice the cucumber on each end, then place the cucumber upright and slice off each side. Discard the middle and slice about 2 side pieces into small strips. Set aside in the fridge.
  • In a very hot pan, add cauliflower rice and cook. Season with soy sauce as the cooking process happens, about 1 tbsp.
  • Once the cauliflower is finished up and dried out some, add to a bowl with cream cheese and rice vinegar. Mix together well and set in the fridge until cool.
  • Once the rice mixture is cooled, slice 1/2 an avocado into small strips and scoop out of the shell.
  • Put a nori sheet down on a bamboo roller covered with saran wrap (this helps with sticking). Spread some of the cauliflower rice mixture over the nori sheet, add fillings and roll tightly.

28 Day Keto Challenge: STEP-BY-STEP KETO DIET PLAN FOR BEGINNERS

image_pdf
image_print

Leave a Comment