• Foodie Friday: Smoked Salmon Spring Maki (No Rice)

    I’m a huge sushi fanatic and a few weeks ago I was craving for a Spring Maki. Since I don’t eat rice, I got creative and came up with a Gen version of the Spring Maki. Smoked salmon is a good source of protein, B vitamins and vitamin D. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids which help lowering the risk of heart disease, macular degeneration and Alzheimer’s disease.
    Spring Maki


    •     Smoked salmon (1 pack)
    •     Lebanese cucumber
    •     Carrot
    •     Fresh basil leaves
    •     Boston lettuce leaves
    •     Avocado
    •     Red, orange or yellow bell pepper
    •     Wafu Japanese dressing

    Spring Maki

    Aside from cutting your veggies, there’s not much to explain. It’s all about filling up your lettuce with the veggies and salmon. Then, roll the leaf gently trying not to tear it. I used Wafu Japanese Dressing as my dipping sauce because it’s low in carbs and sugars, but you could also add a drizzle of olive oil and squeezed lemon juice inside the wrap.

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