Sushi without the roll- quick and just as tasty!
Love sushi but not trying to roll it yourself? The answer is to just throw it in a bowl! I have been excited about making sushi before and then immediately discouraged as it fell apart, stuck to my hands and just turned out to be a dinner disaster. Skip the rolling and just grab a fork!
Start by cooking the quinoa. I chose a trio blend of red, white and black. While this cooks you can prep the fruit and veggies! Cut the multi-colored carrots into sticks. I did the same with the cucumber, then the avocado and mango as best as possible.
When the quinoa is ready put some in a bowl and then add in all the produce and seaweed paper. Drizzle with some light soy sauce and enjoy!
I use this brand any time I want to buy seaweed sheets. They have so many tasty versions!
Deconstructed Vegan Sushi Bowl
- 3 carrots orange, yellow and purple
- 1/2 mango
- 1/2 cucumber
- 1/2 avocado
- 6 seaweed paper squares
- 1 cup quinoa trio blend
- 2 cups water
- 2 tbsp soy sauce low sodium
- Start by cooking the quinoa on the stove. This usually takes about 15 minutes so you can prep the fruit and veggies in the meantime.
- Slice the carrots and cucumber into sticks. Remove the skin and seed from the mango and avocado and then cut in the same way.
- When the quinoa is ready put some in a bowl and then add in all the produce and seaweed paper. Drizzle with some light soy sauce and enjoy!
You can check out my recipe for rainbow carrot vegan sushi rolls to see where these leftovers were put to good use. If you want to try rolling some healthy sushi at home I highly recommend giving these a try. They are easy to experiment with, and remember you always have this version to fall back on!
Taking this as a to go lunch during the week? These layered containers have you covered!
This vegan sushi bowl is the perfect answer when you are craving sushi at home but don’t want to put in the effort. It’s healthy and packed with fruits, veggies and good carbs!
I am a really big fan of layered lunches, especially in mason jars. There are so many recipes out there to keep you healthy and looking forward to bringing your own lunch all the time!