“Spicy Caveman Roll” Paleo Sushi

Fresh and fun Friday lunch this week is a new take on a twentysomething favorite: sushi! It seems like anytime I break paleo, it’s for sushi. I just can’t get enough. (Especially during half-price Monday at the sushi bar near work and happy hour prices at all 22 fine sushi establishments in the area).


“Spicy Caveman Roll”

Nori (Japanese Seaweed paper)
¼ lb shrimp, cooked, deveined
sausage, pre-cooked
½ avocado
½ cup broccoli, finely chopped
1 tbsp sesame seeds
3 tbsp franks redhot
Steam broccoli, slice avocado.

Coat your fishies and shrimps in whatever seasoning you like! This recipe includes rolling shrimp in nutritional yeast.
Lay nori on a bamboo sushi roller (or dollar store placemat like I use)
Gently spoon steamed broccoli grains and sesame seeds over as much Nori as possible.
Place shrimp, sausage, and avocado slices.
Roll this spicy cave man up, sushi style.
Slice with the SHARPEST knife in your kitchen. Starting in the middle of the roll and working your way out.
If you have coconut aminos, I heard that’s a nice soy sauce alternative. I dip mine in more frank’s red hot… it’s the American version of soy sauce and wasabi. Here’s to America!


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