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Nori Tuna Salad Wraps


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Fill with tuna mayonnaise, lettuce, avocado, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts and sesame seeds, these seaweed wraps make a sustaining and nutritious meal that's keto friendly, low calorie, high protein and jam packed with flavour. You might want to swap tuna for salmon if you are worried about mercury poisoning. Some leftover roasted chicken would do the trick too.

 
  • 80 g x 2 can Tuna in water, drained (I used Saupiquet)
  • 3 tbsp Homemade mayonnaise
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1/2 Avocado, cut into 6 thin slices
  • 1 Small cucumber, cut into matchsticks
  • 3 Lettuce leaves of your choice
  • 3 tbsp Alfalfa or radish sprouts
  • 3 Sushi nori sheets
  • 1 tsp Toasted sesame seeds
  • 1 tsp Sriracha
  1. Drain the tuna and mix with 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Place a piece of nori sheet in front of you, and in a straight line start layering 1 piece of lettuce, 1/3 of cucumber sticks, 2 avocado slices, 1 tablespoon of alfalfa sprouts, 1/3 of the sesame seeds and 1/3 of the tuna mixture.
  3. Roll up the nori sheet and press it gently with your fingers to close the roll. Repeat with the remaining nori sheets.
  4. Stir the sriracha into remaining two tablespoons of mayonnaise.
  5. Slice the nori wraps in half and serve with the prepared sauce.

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35 comments:

DeniseinVA 27/1/23 21:27

This looks so good Angie, always a beautiful presentation and so healthy! Thank you!

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savorthebest 27/1/23 22:23

This is a great way to eat tuna salad. Love it.

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Cooking Julia 27/1/23 23:34

These wraps are great and so beautiful, as usual!

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Brian 28/1/23 00:41

I bet those are good, they sure look fabulous!

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kathyinozarks 28/1/23 01:01

i would love try one of these-looks delicious

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J.P. Alexander 28/1/23 01:29

Se ven diferentes. Gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso.

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Tom 28/1/23 02:03

...they look fabulous.

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Anonymous 28/1/23 02:17

Beautiful wraps and I love how the lettuce looks in that bowl. I should use more Nori- it's so healthy

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gluten Free A_Z Blog 28/1/23 02:18

@Anonymous It's judee from Gluten Free A-Z blog in the previous comment

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Mbul Kecil 28/1/23 05:21

yummy Angie....another beautiful and crunchy snack for breakfast. I love lettuce very much ^^

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Eha 28/1/23 06:15

Sikilar ingredients - delightfully different results! Keep away from storebought mayo but sometimes do make my own . . . glad you are using water-pack tuna . . . shall certainly try . . . :)

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Neil 28/1/23 08:34

Definitely a great option if you're looking to loose some calories this January after all the indulgences of December. Lovely recipe Angie!

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Rose world 28/1/23 09:05

I definitely love this nori wrap!!! Healthy and yummy.

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DEZMOND 28/1/23 09:48

Wishing you a lovely last January weekend, hope you have snow in Deutchland.

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Federica Simoni 28/1/23 10:16

Hanno un aspetto magnifico🤗

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eileeninmd 28/1/23 13:43

Your tuna wraps look yummy, I would love these. Thanks for sharing.
Have a happy weekend.

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Lola Martínez 28/1/23 16:12

Ese relleno es super rico. Me encantan.

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Anonymous 28/1/23 17:38

What a terrific idea, nice to serve when entertaining friends at lunch. Karen (Back Road Journal)

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Bill 28/1/23 20:37

I'll have to try this next time I have tuna.

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Muriel 28/1/23 22:44

Que c'est appétissant ! Belle fin de soirée

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Anne in the kitchen 29/1/23 05:25

Oh my those look delicious. After my barebones shopping challenge is over I will buy some nori sheets and make this!

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Sherry's Pickings 29/1/23 10:59

i would love these but i would be a lazy git and use kewpie mayo :=)

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Rainbow Evening 29/1/23 14:59

another kind of tuna salads .... love it.
thank you for sharing recipe

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Jeff the Chef 29/1/23 16:47

Yum! I'd order these in any restaurant in heartbeat!

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foodtravelandwine 30/1/23 02:14

It looks soooooo delicious!!....I love the combination of avocado and tuna!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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My name is Erika. 30/1/23 02:51

I love the idea of adding tuna to a nori wrap. I bet the different textures and flavors work together very well.

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Eva Taylor 30/1/23 22:55

What a fabulous idea, Angie, love that you used nori for the wraps! I love making fresh rolls but they use rice paper and we are trying to eat low carb so the nori would be a wonderful replacement.

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G'day Souffle 31/1/23 02:40

These wraps look less intimidating than sushi rolls and so delicious looking!

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David 31/1/23 19:33

Angie, My wife would love these wraps...sort of a wrap and sushi combined, 2 of her favorite things! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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tigerfish 1/2/23 17:27

Love these nori wraps but my problem with nori wraps like these is: they need to be consumed immediately before the nori turns wet and soggy. :( Any tips ?

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Angie's Recipes 2/2/23 19:35

@tigerfish Unfortunately they have to be consumed as soon as they are done or the nori sheets would go soggy..I actually don't mind that.

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