Hawaiian Poke Bowls in 5 Steps
A bed of Brown Rice topped with Ahi, Crab, Sweet Corn, Garden Cilantro, Mango, Edamame, Pea Shoots, Scallions, and Avocado drizzled with low sodium Soy Sauce, Sesame Oil, Ponzu, Sriracha, freshly
This was incredibly tasty and pretty easy. I'm looking forward to new variations and revisiting this combination.
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One of our favorite go-to dishes inspired by Hawaiian Cuisine is the Poke Bowl. Fresh, delicate raw fish drench in dressings such as citrusy yuzu and sprinkled with furikake seasoning. We've been ordering Ahi, Salmon & Shrimp delivered to our door from Thrive Market and making our own delicious combinations based on Hawaiian traditions.
Definition : Poke is diced raw fish served either as an appetizer or as a main course and is one of the main dishes of Native Hawaiian cuisine.
It is pronounced POH-keh. The word "poke" literally means to portion, slice or cut.
There are endless combinations. Here's a road map to help you discover your top
Step 1 Choose a Base
Warm Rice (White or Brown), Quinoa, Spring Mixed or Spinach
*The base acts as a great
Step 2 Choose Protein
Salmon, Ahi Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Shrimp, Chicken, Unagi, Tofu, Octopus
*Proteins can spiced up to taste. Cut with the grain into cubes.
*Season with Hawaiian Salt or Sea Salt. Marinate in fresh Shoyu (Soy Sauce). Additional basics to add are sliced Brown Onion, chopped Green Onion, Roe, Cherry Tomatoes or Sesame Seeds.
*For Spicy Poke blend chili peppers with Hawaiian Sea Salt and a light drizzle of Olive Oil until it turns into a paste; mix in with
Step 3 Choose Sides
Sweet Corn, Sweet Onion, Cilantro,
Step 4 Choose to Dress it up
Wasabi, Mayo, Eel Sauce, Ponzu Sauce, Poke Sauce, Teriyaki Sauce, Sesame Oil
Step 5 Choose to Top it off
Sesame Seeds, Crushed Peanuts, Sunflower Seeds, Shredded Nori, Dried Garlic, Dried Crispy Onion, Wasabi Pea, Spring Pea Sprouts, Furikake