A spicy, savory sushi filling that goes well with Nama Shoyu, wasabi, red bell pepper, shredded Romaine, and cucumber. I served these at a potluck and people seemed to like them.
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Recipe Directions

1. Process the pate ingredients (fennel, nuts, acid, sweetener, salt, pepper, and oil).

2. If the mixture is so wet that it will make the Nori sheets soggy, spread it out thinly and dehydrate for an hour or so.

3. Lay out a Nori sheet.

4. Spoon out a rope of pate on one edge.

5. Spread out the Julienned veg.

6. Roll up the sheet snugly, trying not to get the outside of the sheet wet. To seal it, wet the loose edge so that it'll stick to the roll.

7. Take a really, really sharp knife and cut up the roll in swift motions. If you don't have a sharp knife, try something serrated.

8. Chill before serving. They're good with wasabi and Nama Shoyu.

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A spicy, savory sushi filling that goes well with Nama Shoyu, wasabi, red bell pepper, shredded Romaine, and cucumber. I served these at a potluck and people seemed to like them.

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