“Save the Tuna” Nori Rolls + Asian Dipping Sauce

Hello beautiful readers!

This next recipe is a duo I promised a while ago… A delectable merging of raw vegan tuna with vegetables and a to-live-for Asian Dipping Sauce.


This recipe is super easy, you’ll just want to soak your sunflower seeds one night before hand (that way they can begin to germinate and are easier to digest).

With high levels of toxic metals in seafood, such as Mercury, Copper, and Cadmium, it’s a smart preventative choice to opt for plant-based versions of typical ‘tuna’ salad to enhance your brain functioning and increase your health! Likewise, making veggie-filled Nori is not only better for your waistline, arterial health, and happiness, but tastes so much better in my opinion…and saves the Tuna!

PssstYou’ll find many versions of a “mock tuna pate” online, but my version is different because I like to utilize Vitamin-A rich carrot pulp for part of the body for the pate. It cuts down on fat, increases vegetable intake unknowingly for some, and is just so tasty!

“Mock Tuna Pate”


1 1/2 Cup Carrot Pulp (from juiced carrots!)

1 Cups hulled, soaked (overnight or 8 hours) Sunflower Seeds

1 Tbsp Dulse flakes

Half a lemon, juiced

1 Clove of Garlic

1/2 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp pepper

1/4 Cup (fresh) Dill

1/8 Cup (fresh) Parsley


For the Wrap:

Julienned: Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Avocado, and Tomato




1) In a medium-sized bowl, place carrot pulp.

2) In a high-speed blender or food processor, combine remaining ingredients (except herbs) until well combined and somewhat creamy. Add in fresh herbs and pulse.

3) Combine mixture with carrot pulp and stir using a spatula or spoon.

4) Lay out a Nori sheet, about 1/4-1/2 Cup of your pate, and julienned vegetables of choice.

5) Carefully roll your Nori roll, keeping it tucked and tight, and seal with a slight dab of water at the end. Let sit for 1-2 minutes….




6) Using a sharp knife, slice into 1 inch bite-sized pieces and lay out on a plate. Serve with your Asian Dipping Sauce. (Recipe below)

(Optional): You could eat this in lettuce leaves, too! Yum!



Asian Dipping Sauce:


1/3 Cup Namu Shoyu or Braggs Amino Acids or Coconut Aminos

1/3 Cup Maple Syrup

1/8 Cup Orange Juice

1 tsp Ginger

1 tsp Garlic

1/4 Cup Cilantro



1) In a high-speed blender, blend all ingredients on high until smooth and creamy.

2) Transfer to a small, shallow bowl and use a dipping sauce!



Yum! It’s so easy and fun to make raw vegan cuisine. Give your body a boost and tantalize your taste buds with this Asian-inspired goodness!





Enliven your Life with Fruits and Vegetables!

XOXO Mandy


Next… Raw Garlic Bread (Using Juice Pulp!)