Tuna ‘sushi’ rolls

Tuna ‘sushi’ rolls

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From
Fabulous Food, Minus the Boombah
Serves
1
Photographer
Mark Roper

I have mixed feelings about the world of sushi. Although I’m happy that people choose sushi rolls over, say, fried chicken, I honestly don’t think they realise how many calories there are in one of those tubes of rice. It’s sweetened, gluggy rice too, which makes the dish stodgy. Trust me, once the rice is gone it tastes heaps better.

Ingredients

Quantity Ingredient
1 sheet nori
1 x 120 g can tuna in springwater
or 100g sashimi grade tuna
2 teaspoons mayonnaise
1/4 teaspoon wasabi
5cm piece of cucumber, deseeded and cut lengthwise into strips
1/4 avocado, cut lengthwise into strips
light soy sauce, for dipping

Method

  1. Use scissors to cut the nori sheet in half to form 2 rectangles.
  2. Mix the canned tuna with the mayonnaise and wasabi and spoon it along the centre of each piece of nori. If using fresh tuna, slice it very thinly and layer it over the nori. Top with cucumber and avocado strips. Roll up each nori sheet to form a sushi roll. Serve with light soy sauce for dipping.
Tags:
health
diet
low-fat
low fat
healthy
nutritional
weightloss
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