Constance Curtis joins me once again for a dish I’ve been brainstorming for some time. It also starts the Paleo Sushi Series, which will feature my favorite Japanese inspired creations.
This is essentially a 10 minute mealand I’d encourage you to be creative with your ingredients. Sure, I’ve provided a recipe and given you concise direction, but what I’d rather have you take from this video is the concept. I’d also like you to get a set of ring molds. We saw them last week when making the smoked burgers and you’ll see them again if you are following my teaching.
I’m gearing up for a camping trip with my family this weekend. I’ve got my Camp Chef gear locked and loaded and I’ll take pics to document the experience.
I am also in the middle of installing my killer new Zephyr Venezia Range Hood. I’ll share pics next week when the install is complete. Zephyr is one of my new sponsors and we are currently working on a giveaway promotion…
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I like to give a morsel of wisdom with the close of each post. Today’s comes from Todd English. He says this,
“For me, having to follow a recipe is like putting me on a leash. I don’t have the patience to do it.”
“Keep It Paleo!”
Paleo Sushi Stacker – California roll
“Keep It Paleo!”
We have ½ Pound Crab Meat. We know that 1.5 oz equals one block, so with 8oz of crabmeat, that gives us 5 blocks.
We start with 1 English Cucumber. Normally 1.5 cucumbers equals 1 block, but since it is generally a longer cucumber we will count it as 1 block. Additionally we have ¼ Yellow Onion, which we will count as 1 block.
We know that 1 tablespoon of avocado equals one block, and 1 Avocado generally provides about 8 tablespoons so therefore we have about 8 blocks from the avocado.
This is a perfect one person meal, or can breakdown into a perfect snack for two. We have 5 blocks from protein, 2 from carbs, and 8 from Fats. Enjoy this delicious light snack. Although it doesn’t all out initially, you can add the Nori to bring up the carb count a little to make it a little more even.