I didn't find a mock tuna recipe using carrot pulp that seemed fast and easy enough, and since I was in a hurry I made my own. Use in sushi, as a spread or pate for crackers, or in a sandwich. I'm not adding a picture because we all know what mock tuna looks like. It looks like tuna!

Recipe Directions

Blend nuts, onion, liquids, dulse and dill (everything but the pulp and the parsley) in a food processor until mostly smooth.
Then add carrot pulp and pulse to combine. Taste and adjust for seasoning - I added another splash of lemon.
Add parsley at the very end and pulse - you still want some flecks of green in there.

Suasoria's Thoughts

I didn't find a mock tuna recipe using carrot pulp that seemed fast and easy enough, and since I was in a hurry I made my own. Use in sushi, as a spread or pate for crackers, or in a sandwich.
I'm not adding a picture because we all know what mock tuna looks like. It looks like tuna!

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Cool! Glad you liked it.

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I just made this its great! I added some garlic and olive to it too and it turned out really yummy.
I posted a link to this on my blog...
drumlikeavegan.blogspot.com
Thank you!

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This is so yummy, I love how it's quite light, not too many nuts.

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rawfoodies's Review

Another mock tuna
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Soooo Goooood! Delicious recipe!

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Sweet Adeline's Review

Another mock tuna
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i like that you use dulse to season this, and that you give an option besides nama shoyu. i can't wait to try this!

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