Homemade Poke Bowl: Salmon Poké Recipe

 


I'm a big fan of sushi but personally not into sashimi but I love carpaccio and Poke of course, means I love raw salmon with a little or some seasoning. When it comes to poke, I usually go for salmon with plenty of sauce, and pineapple or mango. 

So, if you have no idea what is actually Poke? It's Hawaiian by the way, not Japanese though yesss there are a lot of Japanese influences to Hawaiian cuisine. 

Keep in mind to ONLY use sushi / sashimi grade fish, salmon and tuna are the most common, if you’re not into raw fish, vegan option, use tofu. Please use clean cutting board. I usually make fresh poke, means it’s served immediately or marinated in fridge for 30 minutes to an hour (don’t forget to wrap the bowl with plastic wrap).

The Base: Cooked brown rice / red rice / sushi rice / mix greens 
The Sauce: Spicy Mayo (kewpie mayo + sriracha), garlic sauce (garlic dressing)
The Toppings:
  • cucumber
  • edamame
  • cabbage
  • pineapple
  • mango
  • lettuce
  • seaweed
  • green onions
  • pickled carrot
  • furikake
  • avocado
  • toasted sesame seeds
Tips: choose 5-7 toppings, make it colorful, pineapple or mango is a must for me because the sweetness of the fruit brings up the flavor

Salmon Poke:
  • 250 gr salmon, sashimi / sushi grade
  • 30 gr onion, sliced
  • 2 tbsp shoyu (japanese soysauce)
  • 1 stalk green onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 tsp toasted sesame oil
  • 1 tsp rice vinegar



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