Les Fours Du Roy challenged me to create an original recipe using TuNAH! I must admit, this vegan TuNAH sushi recipe was easy to make because its texture perfectly resembles that of fish and can be eaten raw without prior cooking. It’s really a perfect recipe!

If you’re looking for more recipe ideas in challenge with Les Fours Du Roy, I highly recommend trying my kale chips!

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Vegan tunah sushi

Nori seaweed: the power of a super seaweed

Nori seaweed is rich in minerals, including calcium, iodine, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc. It is also a source of vitamin A (especially beta-carotene), B complex vitamins (B2, B3, B9), and vitamin C.

Exceptionally high in protein

Nori seaweed is the second most protein-rich edible seaweed. Vegans often incorporate it into their diets because it contains nearly all essential amino acids. Nori seaweed is low in fat and contains dietary fiber.1

Vegan tunah sushi

Why Love Urbani Foods Vegan TuNAH

Say NO to tuna! That’s why they created this plant-based product, naturally vegan TuNAH! Made from soy and crafted with non-GMO ingredients, it’s the perfect alternative to traditional tuna. With 18g of protein in the entire can, it’s nutritious and delicious! Perfectly salty and flaky, it’s great for casseroles, macaroni salads or for the classic tuna sandwich. Try it with vegan cheese and mayonnaise on toast, for a delicious vegan version of a tuna sandwich!

Ingredients: Non-GMO soy protein, non-GMO vegetable oil, salt, spices, sugar, mushroom powder, rice wine vinegar, natural flavor.

Vegan tunah sushi

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sushis vegane tunah

Vegan tuNAH sushi

The homemade vinaigrette from Chez Marcel is worth a try! Excellent with these "tunah" vegan sushis.
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Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine vegan
Servings 10 portions


  • 2 sheets of dried KOYO brand sushi nori seaweed
  • 180 g of sushi rice
  • 1/2 sliced carrot
  • 1 avocado (optional) (optionnel)
  • 1/2 sliced cucumber
  • 1 can of drained vegan tunah (Urbani Food)
  • 2 tbsp of Chez Marcel's homemade vinaigrette.


  • Cook the sushi rice as suggested on the package or like me, 5 minutes on high pressure in your Instant Pot.
  • Take one sheet of nori and spread half of the rice, add some carrot, cucumber, and half of the avocado.
  • Roll the sushi as best as you can and cut into pieces. Repeat the steps for the last sheet.
  • Serve with Chez Marcel's homemade vinaigrette!


This dish is worthy of being served with sake! Enjoy your meal!