Sprouted 3 Bean Vegetarian Sushi (Spicy *Tuna* Flavor)
I’ve made various recipes replicating vegetarian spicy tuna sushi – this is simply another version! It really just proves that you can use almost any protein as the *tuna.* I used the veggies I had on hand – but feel free to add in any veggies you have around the house.
If you haven’t tried the TruRootz 3 bean sprouted trio yet, do yourself a favor and head to a Costco! It’s a super easy and healthy way to add protein to your diet, and variety to your recipes.
If you get tired of the same ol’ Avocado/Cucumber vegetarian sushi, fear not! There are other options out there 🙂
For the very first original recipe, which includes homemade mayo, go here.
- 5 Sheets Nori
- 2 C Cooked Rice (Brown or White)
- Dash of Salt
- 1 Green Onion, thinly sliced, lengthwise.
- Sriracha (as much as you can stand!)
- 2 T Mayo
- 1.5 C Cooked Sprouted Bean Trio (From Costco or Amazon If you haven’t tried it, I encourage it, its a great value).
- Green Tomato Chopped Thin (Or regular)
- Few Pieces of chopped Kale
- OPTIONAL: Pickled Daikon (I had soaked some thinly sliced Daikon in Rice Vinegar for a few weeks).
- OPTIONAL: 1 T Rice Vinegar (Good for Rice Flavor)
Directions (These are not going to be detailed sushi-making directions, if you are unfamiliar or new to sushi making, please take a moment to research technique, it’s not hard, but it will take a bit of watching and attempting before you can get it down well)
- When you’re rice is ready, mix in about 1 T Rice Vinegar and a Dash of Salt and Fluff.
- In a blender, combine your cooked 3 bean trio with Mayo & Sriracha. Add as much Sriracha as you can handle heat-wise. I added approx 1/4 C. If you find your mixture too thick to blend, add a tiny bit of water as needed. The mixture should be thick.
- Place Nori on Bamboo roller and line with Rice. Fill with Spicy Bean mixture, then add a bit of Kale, Green Tomatos, Pickled Daikon, and some thinly sliced green onion.
- Roll up, cut and repeat until all your sushi is complete!