Nori Rolls With Parsnip Rice And Sesame Dip – Food Pharmacy

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Nori Rolls With Parsnip Rice And Sesame Dip

Nori rolls are a festive, tasty dish that works perfect as starter, appetizer or mingle food. In the picture I have cut the nori roll into pieces, but of course it works just as well to just eat the whole roll as it is. Vary the filling with vegetables you have at home. A tip is to add som fruit in the filling for more sweetness, for instance pineapple or mango.


Nori Rolls With Parsnip Rice and Sesame Dip

  • By : Ida Högberg
  • Servings : 4 1x


Parsnip rice

250 g parsnip

350 g cauliflower

2 dl cashew nuts

2 dl baby spinach

2 tbsp lemon juice

30 g coriander

1 tsp salt

0.5 tbsp olive oil

Vegetable sticks

400 g polka beet

100 pea shoots

100 g zucchini or cucumber

100 g sugar peas

4 nori sheets

Sesame dip

1 dl tahini (sesame paste)

3 tbsp agave syrup

3 tbsp tamari

4 tbsp lemon juice

1 pinch of chili powder or more to taste

1 tbsp white sesame seeds


Parsnip rice

Peel the parsnip and rinse the cauliflower. Cut parsnip and cauliflower into pieces and put them in a food processor. Mix it until the rice has a fine-grained texture. Add cashewnuts and run briefly again to a creamy pate. Add baby spinach, chopped coriander, lemon juice, salt and olive oil and pulse a few times with the food processor until everything is mixed and the rice has a beautiful green color.

Vegetable sticks

Peel the polka beet. Cut polka beet, sugar peas and zucchini / cucumber into thin sticks. Put the parsnip rice on a nori sheet, press it with your fingers and spread evenly over the sheet in a 1 cm thick layer. Leave a 3 cm blank row at each side. Add vegetable sticks and pea shoots in a row on the length, in the middle of the sheet. Roll the nori sheet into a tight roll, preferably use a sushi mat. Cut the roll into pieces, about six pieces per roll. Place the nori pieces on a plate and decorate with some extra vegetable sticks. Serve the nori rolls with sesame dip.

Sesame dip

Whisk all the ingredients together in a bowl, except for the sesame seeds. Pour the sauce into small dip cups and decorate with sesame seeds on the top.

This is a guest post. Any opinions expressed are the writer’s own.



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