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Delicious Veggie Filled Nori Wraps

Delicious Veggie Filled Nori Wraps


These nori wraps are packed with healthy veggies–avocado, squash, cabbage–and topped with a miso tahini sauce. A great easy snack recipe!


Like most of my favorite snacks, they are really just a vehicle for sauce. And this spicy tahini drizzle would make any veggie go down easily.


The secret ingredient is chickpea miso, which gives the ground sesame a nice hint of sweet and saltiness. I didn’t have it on hand, so I violated one prong of Amie’s detox by adding the soy version. My jar is organic and GMO-free, but I should probably replace it with a chickpea-based brand for future spicy tahini drizzles. Either way though, the sauce is delicious!

From Eating Clean

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Delicious Veggie Filled Nori Wraps

Phoebe Lapine
These nori wraps are packed with healthy veggies--avocado, squash, cabbage--and topped with a miso tahini sauce. A great easy snack recipe!
Servings 16 handrolls


  • 4 nori seaweed sheets
  • cut into 4-inch squares
  • ¼ small head red cabbage
  • very thinly sliced 1 large carrot
  • peeled and julienned
  • 1 small yellow summer squash
  • julienned 1 small cucumber
  • julienned 1 large ripe avocado pitted, peeled, and sliced

For the Spicy Tahini Drizzle:

  • 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 ¼ tablespoons chickpea miso paste
  • 1 tablespoon raw tahini
  • 2 medjool dates pitted
  • 1 garlic clove minced
  • ¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
  • Water as needed to thin the drizzle


  • To make the tahini: Combine all of the ingredients except the water in a blender. Blend, adding water 1 teaspoon at a time as you go, until the mixture becomes a thin sauce.
  • To make the wraps: Place the nori sheets on a flat surface.
  • Add a few pieces of cabbage, carrot, squash, cucumber, and avocado to each sheet. Top each pile of vegetables with a heaping tablespoon of the Spicy Tahini Drizzle, and then roll up the nori sheets into a tube shape.
  • Serve alongside the remaining sauce!


If you want the wraps to stick together when you roll them up, wet the sides of each sheet with a little water (you can just use your finger). I laid out my sheets like diamonds and placed the veggie piles vertically. Then all I had to do was tuck the bottom corner and fold the sides in to get little hand rolls.



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