3 Grain Spicy Rolls

Looking for a quick tasty dish that doesn’t leave you feeling guilty once you eat it? When hunger occurs we generally look for the quickest option available, which often leads to not so healthy choices. Because of this I have made it one of my (many) missions to create quick, healthy, and of course delicious meal recipes to pass on to my clients. These spicy rolls are both delicious and easy to prepare, especially if you have left over grains ready in the fridge. 20140130_125022

The key to making quick meals is keeping certain foods readily available in your home. Nori(seaweed) is one of those foods, I always have it handy in the Suburban Nutritionista kitchen because you can pretty much throw anything in nori(seaweed) and it tastes great. The other foods to keep around regularly would be avocados, sprouts, and of course a variety of grains/seeds. These foods together, or alone, are very filling and packed with nutrients like vitamins B C E, selenium, zinc, protein, fiber, iron, live enzymes, and more. Recipe can be found below!



  • Grain/Seed Mix( quinoa/millet/buckwheat)
  • Avocado
  • Sunflower Sprouts
  • Alfalfa Sprouts
  • Spicy Cashew Cheese Sauce( Cashew Cheese & Sriracha)
  • Raw Dried Nori Wraps(untoasted for max nutrition)

*Note, no measurements needed, add as much or as little of each item as you choose*


  • Place one nori wrap on flat surface
  • Add all the ingredients to the wrap, in layers
  • Top with spicy sauce
  • Roll and enjoy!

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