Nori is perhaps best known for its use in sushi, but it also works wonders wrapped round all sorts of other ingredients. Sturdier than a lettuce wrap and lighter than any bread-based alternatives – with the added bonus of being completely gluten-free – nori can be filled with anything from hummus and avocado to shredded chicken, prawns or tofu, as in this recipe.
Here pieces of sesame-crusted are rolled up tight with crunchy cucumber batons and slices of avocado. Quinoa adds bulk but you could easily substitute sushi rice or even couscous depending on what you have to hand. These generously rolled wraps are served with a vibrant carrot and ginger dipping sauce, rich with sesame oil and sweet creamy miso.
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