Rice Paper Rolls w Green Tea Kelp Noodles

Rice Paper Rolls w Green Tea Kelp Noodles
How much of each ingredient you put in these rolls is really up to you, but I'll roughly write down how much we needed for about 8 rolls.
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Cuisine: vegan, almost raw
Recipe type: snack or meal
Serves: 2
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You need
  • 1 avocado, sliced
  • half a pack of Green Tea Kelp Noodles
  • 1 medium to large carrot, julienne
  • lots of coriander, mint and dill, chopped and mixed
  • about ½ tbsp hemp seeds per roll
  • spinach, a few leafs per roll
  • 8 sheets of rice paper
  • a tsp sesame oil, a dash of apple cider vinegar, a bit of agave nectar and about 2 tbsp Tamari for dipping sauce
To do
  1. use a skillet to warm water (not too hot, you need to be able to stick your fingers in there)
  2. slide a sheet of rice paper in the water, leave it for a minute then pull it out with two hands, as not to fold it
  3. place on a plate and start arranging bits of all ingredients on top, on the side closest to you
  4. roll up; first from the front, then fold the two sides in, then roll up further
  5. mix the ingredients for the dipping sauce, put in a small bowl
  6. place rolls, cut in halves or leave as a whole, on a plate, together with dipping sauce. Add a second bowl with another dipping sauce if you like 🙂


Raw ‘Rice’ & Kelp Noodle Salad

Raw 'Rice' & Kelp Noodle Salad
Very easy recipe, if you don't have a food processor but want the cauliflower to be rice like, you could grate it. Nice thing is that the cauliflower actually becomes a bit juicy.
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Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: main
Serves: 2
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You need
  • a handful of kelp noodles, cut up in length you prefer
  • about ¼ of a cauliflower
  • half an avocado
  • half an orange
  • a few tbsps of peanuts (the reddish things in the picture, they are raw and still have the skin on, but your normal peanuts are fine too)
  • a few tbsps of chopped red onion
  • a tomato
  • a small or half a medium carrot
  • a little bit of toasted sesame oil
  • coriander, as much as you like
  • mint, ditto
  • salt & pepper
  • olive oil
  • any spice or herb you like
  • anything else you like, I mean, it's a salad, add what you fancy.
To do
  1. whizz chunks of the cauliflower in the food processor, until fine (or grate). It then sort of resembles rice, hence 'raw rice salad'.
  2. chop up all the other ingredients
  3. mix the whole lot
  4. eat