Homemade + Healthy Road Trip Snacks: Tuna Kimbap | Pink Wings
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I'm on the road again for the next week: LA, Vegas, Utah.
It's hard for me to eat healthy on road trips because when I get tired I just snack on whatever to keep myself awake. So I decided to come up with some healthier options, and this whole week I'll be sharing healthy, homemade, portable snack recipes perfect for road trips.

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So here is road trip snack number one: a personal favorite, kimbap.
I loooove kimbap not just because it's delicious but this one also has everything you need in one bite: lean protein, lots of veggies, and rice. So good for keeping next to you and popping into your mouth while driving.

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Tuna Kimbap
Makes about 3 rolls
  • 1 can tuna, drained
  • mayonnaise (recommend Kewpie in the Asian section)
  • 1 cucumber, sliced length-wise
  • 1 carrot, sliced length-wise
  • 3 eggs
  • lettuce, cut into strips
  • 1 cup rice, cooked
  • 3 sushi seaweed sheets
  • cooking oil
  • sesame oil (opt.)
  • salt and pepper

Directions:

Scoop tuna into a small bowl and add a spoonful of mayonnaise. Mix and add more until the tuna sticks together but is not liquidy.

Place a large skillet over medium heat with about 1/2 Tbsp of oil. Saute the carrots until tender and season with salt and pepper; set aside. Whisk the eggs well and fry in the same pan, seasoning with salt and pepper. Cut that into 1-inch strips.
If desired, season your rice with sesame oil (I use about 1 tsp).

To assemble:
Place one piece of seaweed on a bamboo rolling mat or clean surface. Spread a thin layer of rice 3/4 of the way up. Take some grains of rice and smush them along the top edge of the seaweed (so that the end will stick after you roll it). In the middle of the rice, place a piece of egg, carrot slice, cucumber slice, strip of lettuce, and generous amount of tuna. Roll, squeezing tightly as you go. Brush sesame oil over the entire roll (opt.). Repeat for the remaining rolls. Use a sharp knife to cut 1/2-inch pieces. Best eaten within the day.




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17 comments

  1. Woooooww! I love this
    Soooo yummyy- i love anything that is sushi thing
    Thanks for sharing

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  2. These look so good! I've never made my own sushi before, but you make it seem super easy!

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  3. Firstly, you have made these absolutely perfectly! They look beautiful and delicious!

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  4. So fun! I always want to pack road trip food.. .but usually run out of time! :) These are so cute and would be easy to eat in the car! :) XO -Alexandra

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  5. Gina, I absolutely LOVE THIS! What beautiful photography! <3

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  6. I love sushi but it always seemed like it would be so difficult to make! Thanks for simplifying!

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  7. Looks so delicious! I love sushi, so I'm sure I would enjoy this :)

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  8. Looks good! Was there any left when you got to K-town?

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    1. No, in fact they were gone before I even left for K-town...

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  9. Yumms! Love kimbap! Ok, now I know what to get for lunch ;)

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  10. Yum, I'd GLADLY eat this on a road trip! I usually don't eat very healthy on road trips either--a lot of candy and fast food...yikes! This looks so good though!

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  11. this Looks so yummy and it's perfect for a road trip :) so sweet and small :D

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  12. Really looks so yummy! <3
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  13. Yum!! These look so good and I love how you had the sesame seeds on the side :) A good kimbab needs sesame seeds haha hope you have a great road trip! xx

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  14. I’ve been on holiday for the past month and have really been looking forward to reading your blog when I got back- it didn’t dissapoint! xx

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  15. I love making sushi! I llike to add grilled sesame seeds as well. You have a lovely blog! Cheers from www.meowlifestyle.com

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