Sushi Burrito Teriyaki Salmon

If you love sushi, you will love this ketogenic sushi burrito which you can easily make at home, and customize this tasty sushirrito-inspired version. The how-to video shows you a step by step way to make my keto teriyaki salmon sushi burrito – with an oven roasted salmon fillet seasoned with my keto teriyaki sauce and glaze, or make it with canned wild caught salmon. There is no cheese, so the sushi burrito is dairy free. The same ingredients, such as the cauliflower rice seasoned with traditional Japanese tobiko (seasoned vinegar for sushi), fresh vegetables such as lettuce, carrots and bell peppers/capsicum used to make this sushi roll can also be used with fresh wild caught light tuna, which I believe is healthier than albacore tuna, or pork belly, or with teriyaki chicken strips. After making the Keto Sushi Burrito Salmon Teriyaki Roll, wrap in parchment paper and cut in half, for a better than restaurant meal. Enjoy!

Sushi Burrito Chicken Teriyaki or Pork Belly Teriyaki

Chicken or Pork Belly make excellent alternatives to salmon, in my Sushi Burrito recipe.

Keto Ham Eggroll Kimbap

A tasty keto breakfast recipe eggroll omelet that is easy to make and uses cooked ham, eggs, sushi nori and seasonings to create a keto ham eggroll kimbap / gimbap. This Korean keto recipe is a filling breakfast that you can also take with you as an on the go breakfast and enjoy at any time of day, so you can do intermittent fasting successfully. This keto recipe uses both eggs and ham in a creative way and, best of all, these keto eggrolls are a good part of a gluten free breakfast recipe, a sugar free recipe and prep ahead breakfast. As with my recipes, I use whole food, and subscribe to a clean eating protocol that is great for weight loss, Atkins diet, Banting diet, paleo diet, diabetic diet, celiac diet, and many other specific diet needs, while also being a great healthy alternative for everyone who wants to improve their health, not just for those of us specifically embracing the keto lifestyle. A link to the video from which I adapted this recipe is posted in the FYI below.

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