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Folded Sushi Wraps


Folded sushi wraps are a delicious low-carb alternative to tortilla wraps, and best of all, they're super simple to put together.

You can use any ingredients you desire for each section of nori sheet, including sushi rice, lettuce, tuna, etc. But keep in mind that piping hot or wet ingredients will cause the seaweed to quickly wrinkle up, so it's best to allow hot ingredients like freshly cooked rice to cool before using, and to avoid wet ingredients like hummus unless you layer wet ingredients between non-wet ingredients like folded egg.


Lightly sauteed organic egg
Avocado slices
Cucumber slices
Bell pepper slices
Roasted seaweed sheets (nori)
Sea salt


1. Place nori sheet on a clean flat work surface. Use scissors to make just one cut halfway up the middle of the sheet to about the center point of the sheet - this will allow you to fold the sheet one quarter at a time in a clockwise direction to "wrap" your ingredients.

2. Place one of your four ingredients in each quarter section of the sheet.

3. Fold the bottom left quarter up to lie on top of the top left quarter. Continue by folding the stacked layers over the top right quarter. Finish wrapping by folding stacked layers over the remaining bottom right quarter.

4. Enjoy your wrap as is, or feel free to wrap it with parchment paper or even saran wrap, which will allow you to neatly cut the wrap into two halves for tidier eating.

For more photos of the process of making sushi wraps, you can swipe left on the following post at our Instagram page:

How To Make Sushi Wraps


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