September 29, 2021
From Vegan Food And Living

Once you roll one vegan sushi and appreciate how fun and easy it is, you will be making vegetable sushi regularly for an easy vegan lunch.

Our easy vegan sushi recipe uses a simple selection of vegetables and can be rolled with or without a sushi mat.

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Sushi can be as simple or as complicated as you like. This easy vegan sushi lunch recipe keeps to a few ingredients but can be the starting point that inspires other recipes.

You could add tempera tofu or marinated tempeh, the options are endless! What’s more, once you get started, you will become more confident to experiment with different recipes and techniques. 

Once you have rolled your vegan sushi, because the ingredients are all raw vegetables, you can either serve straight away or even wrap the sushi in clingfilm and refrigerate it until required.

Serve with soy sauce and wasabi paste for dipping and pickled ginger as an accompaniment.

Cook’s tip! 

If you have not rolled sushi before, you have been missing out. Usually, you use a sushi mat to roll the sushi tightly, but you can also lay your nori on parchment paper and use the parchment paper to roll the sushi tightly. 

Make sure to lay the nori, shiny side down, and have a small bowl of water by you to dip your fingers into to moisten the far edge with a little water to seal the roll together.

Sushi can be enjoyed as a starter or lunch, but most of all, our vegan sushi lunch recipe teaches you how easy it is to make and how much fun you can have making it.