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2 Superfood Smoothie Recipes with Chanelle Sladics and Kjersti Buaas

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Wheatgrass Shots

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Superfood Sushi Salad Bowl

This week’s recipe is part 2 of my coverage on Julie Morris’s recipe book, Superfood Cuisine.   This time around as a big sushi lover, I decided to replicate her Sushi Salad Bowl.  I’d never thought of putting a salad like this together before, but with the first bite, I quickly fell in love. I think what makes it so delicious is a combination between the Nori sheets and ginger dressing (I’m a huge love of ginger dressing). These two ingredients combined, I just couldn’t get enough. Dare I say, I might even like it more than sushi. I paired the salad with a side of edamame, put my new Hong Kong-purchased chopsticks to use, and had a wonderful dinner. It was simple to throw together, and I can’t wait to share this guilt-free dinner with friends.

Ingredients:

3 ½ Cups of cooked brown or wild rice (about 1 ¼ cups uncooked)

3 Cups of Sunflower Sprouts (or any other sprouts you’d like to use – I used an alfalfa blend)

1 Handful onion sprouts (or scallions)

4 Nori Sheets

1 Carrot

Ginger or Shoyu dressing to taste

Directions:

Throw sprouts into a large bowl. Grate carrot, (if you’re using scallions) chop scallions, and throw them into the bowl along with sprouts.

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Cut 4 Nori sheets in half.

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Make one pile, and cut in half again.

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Make one pile, and now cut them going the other way to make lots of small strips.

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Scatter the Nori sheets around. Once you add the dressing they will clump together if they’re all in one place.

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Make sure rice is room temperature, and add it to the mixture.

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Mix it all up.

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Add dressing & mix again.

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Serve!

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