I am so excited to be sharing the recipe from Lee Holmes new book. I love Lee’s recipes and have featured them before on my blog, they are so nutritious, tasty and easy to create. These Nori wraps are so colourful and great to add into your lunchbox or for a 4pm snack. I’m always trying to find new ways of getting my veggie intake up and these rolls are so perfect.
I can’t recommend Lee’s blog and books enough she is amazing. To find out more about her head to her blog here.
Combine the tamari and rice malt syrup in a small bowl.
Lay one of the nori sheets on a clean work surface with a long side facing you and the shiny side down, then evenly spread half the nut butter over it, leaving a 3 cm (11/4 in) border on the top side.
Spread about one-third of the tamari mixture over the nut butter. Spread a tiny bit of tamari on the top side to help the wrap stay rolled up. Put your desired amount of spinach on top of the nut butter and tamari layers, followed by half of each of the remaining ingredients.
Be sure not to pile on too much or the wrap could break when you roll it up. Roll the nori up away from you until sealed.
Cut into three. Repeat with the remaining ingredients.
Wrap in plastic wrap, seal in an airtight lunchbox and refrigerate until ready to eat.
Note: Feel free to add or substitute any additional fresh vegies you like!