Smoked Salmon Nori Wraps

Is it us, or is there truly something special about things rolled in seaweed? We love to make our own renditions of sushi and have recently been loving this smoked salmon combo for a good mid-day snack or lunch. It's a few ingredients that can be easily purchased in a done-for-you fashion -- can we get an amen? --  and whips up in a couple of minutes. 

When buying salmon, we highly recommend buying wild-caught from Alaska. Wild caught variations are significantly more rich in Omega 3 fatty acids and vitamins D, B12, B6 and selenium. 

And, getting in some high quality sea-veggies help to promote our bodies Iodine levels which are responsible for optimal thyroid function -- insert metabolism, mood, energy, and more -- :). 

Smoked Salmon Nori Wraps


  • 6 organic Nori Sheets (sushi grade)
  • 1 package wild-caught smoked salmon (lox)
  • 3 free-range eggs, beaten with salt and pepper (optional)
  • Vegan cream cheese or regular, we prefer KiteHill Organics in Jalapeño or Chive
  • 1 avocado, pitted
  • Veggies of choice; shredded carrots, green onions, shredded purple cabbage, chopped red onion, cilantro, micro greens, chopped radish, etc. 
  • Dipping Sauces: Coconut Aminos, Tamari (GF soy sauce), or Sriracha 
  • Bonus: Gomasio (a combo of sesame seeds, salt and seaweed) sprinkle inside before rolling.


  1. Heat a small skillet over low-medium heat, and add 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil. 
  2. Get all of your ingredients prepped, washed and laid out. 
  3. A bamboo sushi mat for rolling
  4. Place 1 piece of nori - rough side up - onto the bamboo mat 
  5. Now pour 1/6 of your egg mixture into the skillet - you want this to be a really thin egg pancake - flipping after a minute or so. 
  6. Place the egg directly on the lower portion of the nori. 
  7. Add desired toppings; avocado, salmon, cream cheese, veggies, etc. 
  8. From the lower half roll your sushi roll using the bamboo mat to assist in forming a perfect roll. 
  9. Cut in half with a very sharp knife and enjoy with desired dipping sauces. 
  10. Can be stored in the fridge and eaten within 1 day. 
  11. Enjoy!

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