Sushi Day

Celebrate This Sushi Day With Low-Carb Sushi Recipe

Sushi is a Japanese delicacy made with perfection and love, a mouthwatering dish made with rice, choice of fish and vegetables. People across the world love sushi as it is a house of health benefits and offers so many varieties. The seaweed wrapper which is used to wrap sushi is rich in iodine. Seafood is the main ingredient of the dish that contains omega-3 fatty acids and selenium in large quantities. The other fruits and vegetables make it more nourishing and beneficial to maintain health and weight loss. Fish is an excellent source of protein, and it is low in fat which makes it a perfect option for weight loss and keeps you healthy and active.

Sushi is always considered to be a little higher on carbs as it has rice in it, but here we are featuring low-carb sushi for you to relish it more and maintain your weight loss goals. Preparing and rolling sushi is an art, and people love to learn the art of making sushi.

This no rice sushi is incredibly simple and nutritious and require just 15 minutes from your busy schedule. Take notes!

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Serving: serves ten people with four pieces each

Nutritional Value: 80 calories per serving, fat per serving 5gm, Total carbs per serving 4gm, net carbs per serving 2gm, fiber 2gm, sugar per serving 1 gm, Protein 6 gm.


  • Smoked Salmon, eight oz
  • Red pepper, large, ½ a cup
  • Cucumber, one medium size
  • Avocado, one medium size
  • Seaweed snacks, 40 sheets
  • Water


  • Dice the cucumber and red peppers in thin matchstick pieces with a length of seaweed sheet and 1/4th size wide. Cut the avocado and salmon into same length but little wider. You’ll need almost 20 pieces of the equal length of seaweed snack sheet.
  • Take a cutting board and arrange a row of 5 seaweed sheets in a single layer, keep a small bowl with cold water and use it to wet the short edge of each seaweed sheet using brush or fingers. Place salmon, red pepper, cucumber and avocado on the other side of seaweed sheet.
  • Repeat step 2 for the entire row, once you are done with the arrangements. Roll the sheet against the wet end to seal the roll. Place seal side down to ensure it doesn’t open on to a plate.
  • Repeat steps to make more sushi rolls with seaweed snack sheets.

Recipe Credit: Wholesome Yum

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