Cauliflower Rice Sushi Roll with Avocado + Mango
This recipe is sponsored by the California Avocado Commission
Homemade sushi is much easier to make than you would think… and it’s way cheaper than eating at your favorite restaurant. In fact, the cost to make each of these avocado / mango sushi rolls is only about .70 cents! Now that we’re in Summer, no cook recipes are all the rage. I mean, who really wants to heat up their food when it’s 100 degrees outside? Another amazing thing about summer is that locally grown avocados are in season, and we are crazy for avocados! June is the official month for California Avocados and what better way to celebrate the creamy goodness of this amazing fruit than including it in all your meals? Seriously.
Here is the perfect way to get you started – just grab your California Avocados, mango, nori wraps and a few other ingredients and you will be ready to rock and (sushi) roll!
Making homemade sushi sounds pretty intimidating, don’t you think? When you go to a sushi restaurant those rolls….they just look so perfect! And sushi chefs, don’t they spend years learning how to perfect the art of sushi rice and perfectly cut fish? We definitely don’t have time during meal prep for that! (Or trying to keep raw fish all week….ewww!) So we solved the problem by creating this rice free and fish free Avocado & Mango Sushi recipe! You’re welcome.
Let’s talk about how you can easily and quickly make your own homemade Easy Avocado & Mango Sushi that is meal prep friendly and will give all of your co-worker’s food envy! The colors alone….bright green avocado, sweet orange mango, crunchy purple cabbage? We know, you’re drooling already!
Easy Avocado + Mango Sushi Roll ingredients:
- California Avocados, thinly sliced
- Cucumbers, thinly sliced
- Carrots, thinly sliced
- Mango, thinly sliced
- Cabbage, chopped
- Riced cauliflower
- Nori wraps
Not that you need any additional reasons to make this recipe, but just in case you do let’s get nerdy and talk about the nutrition in this Japanese dish.
California Avocados: one of nature’s best ingredients (in our humble opinion) that is loaded with over 20 vitamins and minerals and all of those good for you healthy fats! (did someone say guac?).
Fun Fact: One-third of a medium avocado (50 g) has 80 calories and contributes nearly 20 vitamins and minerals, making it not just a tasty choice, but also a nutrient-rich choice.
Cucumbers: are loaded with water to help aid in digestion
Carrots: chock full of beta-carotene to help keeps those eyes sharp and fiber for digestion
Mango: supply us with antioxidants that help protect against certain types of cancer (and the added sweetness is a bonus too!)
Cabbage: this crunchy veggie supplies us with a high amount of fiber for just a few calories
Cauliflower: for just a few calories cauliflower supplies us with a high level of anti-inflammatory compounds
Nori: is the best source of vitamin B12 for vegans and can contain more calcium than a glass of milk! Who would have guessed!
And since we know you love Avocados so much, check out some of the best Avocado Recipes on the Internet here
Flavors + Colors + Nutrition = 100% home run with this VEasy Avocado & Mango Sushi Roll!
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- 1 large California Avocado thinly sliced
- 1 large Cucumber thinly sliced
- 1 head cauliflower riced
- 1 head Purple Cabbage thinly sliced
- 1 large Mango thinly sliced
- 1 large Carrots thinly sliced
- Lay your nori wrap flat on your table and place a thin layer of cauliflower rice, covering about 2/3 of the nori
- Next, lay your cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, California avocado and mango about 3/4 of the way down the nori sheet.
- Starting from the edge of the nori wrap closest to you, roll the nori up tightly. Wipe a bit of water on the furthermost edge of the nori to seal the roll. (You can also use a sushi mat to roll it up if you have one).
- Using a very sharp knife, gently slice the sushi into rounds. Plate and then enjoy with a side of low sodium soy sauce or coconut amino's for dipping.