Alkaline Diet Recipe #113: Alkaline Sushi Recipe

Avocado Sushi with Brown Rice
Article by ross

 

Since moving to Australia in 2005 I’ve eaten a LOT of Asian food – it’s really fresh, delicious and cheap out here – Thai, Japanese, Indian, Nepalese…

All of these countries and regions are fantastic for eating vegetarian, vegan and alkaline – none more so than Japanese, where fresh and raw are the order of the day!

SO here are my Alkaline Sushi rolls! With just a few tweaks (gotta love the tweaks) sushi gets the alkaline makeover:

Alkaline Sushi!

Serves: 4

Ingredients

• 215g (1 cup) brown rice
• 4 nori sheets
• 1 ripe avocado, peeled, mashed
• 1/2 cucumber, cut into thin strips
• 1/2 red capsicum, deseeded, cut into thin strips
• 1/3 cup coarsely grated carrot
• Bragg Liquid Aminos, to serve
• Optional: fresh red chilli or dried chilli flakes
• Optional: firm tofu

Instructions

1. Cook the brown rice according to the packet instructions and then place in a large bowl. Using a fork, mash in 1/4 of an avocado with the rice to give it that traditional ‘sticky’ feel of Japanese sushi rice. This way is much more alkaline!

Alkaline Diet Recipe Book Banner2. Slice all of the vegetables, and if you’re using tofu too, quickly fry this in coconut oil and a little Bragg Liquid Aminos (soy sauce replacement)

3. Place a nori sheet, shiny-side down, on a clean surface. Use wet hands to spread one-quarter of the rice mixture over half the nori sheet, leaving a 2cm-wide border along the edge closest to you.

4. Spread about a quarter of the remaining avocado across the centre of the rice. Arrange one-quarter of the capsicum and cucumber across the avocado and top with one-quarter of the grated carrot. If you’re using the tofu, place this in here now too.

5. Roll up firmly to enclose filling. Brush edge of nori with warm water to seal. Repeat with remaining nori, rice, avocado, capsicum, cucumber and carrot. Set rolls aside, seam-side down, for 5 minutes to rest.

6. Cut each roll into 6 pieces. Serve with Bragg and optional chilli!

Enjoy!
Ross

 

Alkaline Sushi Recipe
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Ingredients
  1. 215g (1 cup) brown rice
  2. 4 nori sheets
  3. 1 ripe avocado, peeled, mashed
  4. 1/2 cucumber, cut into thin strips
  5. 1/2 red capsicum, deseeded, cut into thin strips
  6. 1/3 cup coarsely grated carrot
  7. Bragg Liquid Aminos, to serve
  8. Optional: fresh red chilli or dried chilli flakes
  9. Optional: firm tofu
Instructions
  1. Cook the brown rice according to the packet instructions and then place in a large bowl. Using a fork, mash in 1/4 of an avocado with the rice to give it that traditional 'sticky' feel of Japanese sushi rice. This way is much more alkaline!
  2. Slice all of the vegetables, and if you're using tofu too, quickly fry this in coconut oil and a little Bragg Liquid Aminos (soy sauce replacement)
  3. Place a nori sheet, shiny-side down, on a clean surface. Use wet hands to spread one-quarter of the rice mixture over half the nori sheet, leaving a 2cm-wide border along the edge closest to you.
  4. Spread about a quarter of the remaining avocado across the centre of the rice. Arrange one-quarter of the capsicum and cucumber across the avocado and top with one-quarter of the grated carrot. If you're using the tofu, place this in here now too.
  5. Roll up firmly to enclose filling. Brush edge of nori with warm water to seal. Repeat with remaining nori, rice, avocado, capsicum, cucumber and carrot. Set rolls aside, seam-side down, for 5 minutes to rest.
  6. Cut each roll into 6 pieces. Serve with Bragg and optional chilli!
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  1. ruth Reply

    num ! love the recipes …muchisima grácias xx

  2. Refiya Reply

    OMG how I have missed sushi from home!!! this recipe is wonderful – will do this one for sure.

  3. Mishell Reply

    To make this better what about foregoing the rice and just adding heaps of veggies. Maybe a smear of soy bean paste for that extra zing?

  4. Robert Burger Reply

    Love the idea. Always wanted ideas with brown rice and will definality try it tonight.

  5. Miroslav Reply

    Hi, Ross that is wonderfull kind of alkaline sushi. I’ll do it for sure. Thanks a lot.

  6. myrna barranta Reply

    Thnx for the Sushi recipe. Can we substitute rice with unleaven bread since rice is also carbohydrates. Pls publish more recipes for lunch and dinner for a week?
    This item is very helpful and informative.

  7. myrna barranta Reply

    Am grateful for the concern and hoping for more helpful tips.

  8. Farah Rehman Reply

    Thank you so much for all your alkaline recipes. It is very much appreciated and please email me more recipes. They are all delicious!

    • BELEN C. AALA Reply

      thank you so much for the recipe, i really appreciate it, it’s delicious n a healthy food.

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    Hi! Is frozen spinach (as opposed to fresh spinach) beneficial?I live in Malta and I can only buy fresh spinach during the winter months!

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  20. Megan Reply

    Is wasabi alkaline? I love to add a little wasabi to my Braggs aminos for the perfect sushi flavor.

    • ross Reply

      Hey Megan

      It’s not particularly alkaline or acidic and it’s such small quantities I wouldn’t worry about it too much.

      Ross

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