Paleo Recipes for Modern Day Cavemen

Egg and Seaweed Roll

Day 3 of paleo challenge. 

Hard boiled eggs. Gotta love ’em! During the paleo challenge – I keep a fair amount in the fridge when I need a great, quick snack. It’s perfect for those mornings when I have no time to make an omelette or anything fancy. Here’s a nice way to sprucen up hard boiled eggs (hat tip BJ).  I used the whole seaweed paper this time but that’s just because I accidently bought the wrong seaweed. I prefer these little seaweed snacks from Sea’s Gift.  Great little snack and wraps a bite sized portion perfectly.

Ingredients
Makes 2 servings
4 hard boiled eggs
0.2 ounce Kim Nori Seaweed

Directions
In a small bowl, mash up your hard boiled eggs with a fork to a desired consistency.  Then simply take your bite sized kim nori (seaweed snack paper) and wrap around the mashed eggs. My breakfast this morning was served with a turnip latke. Delicious breakfast! Next time – I’ll try to add a nice creamy avocado to the eggs. Maybe even some bacon to make it crazy. YUMBO!

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6 thoughts on “Egg and Seaweed Roll

  1. Now I’m hungry…

  2. Sounds fun! I’ve got to try it… I bet you can add avocado and a cucumber 🙂

  3. looks like an interesting roll youve made, must try it myself

  4. This is interesting, I love to try it

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  6. Thanks everyone. This was definitely one of my favorite quick recipes that packed a bunch of flavor. I added avocado and cucumber and it was amazing. Let me know other derivatives you tried with it!

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