Updated: Jul 5
Have you ever tried poke? This dish is native to Hawaiian cuisine, poke is basically diced raw fish, usually tuna or salmon marinated in Asian seasonings. Poke translates to "cut into pieces".
This recipe I'm sharing is refreshing, got a bit of a kick and very wholesome and healthy. Remember, if you don't like my vegetable choices, you can certainly swap them out for your favourite ones.
The most important ingredient here is the raw salmon. It is very important that you make this dish with Sushi Grade fish! I usually get mine from seafoodonline.ca. They are an online seafood company that delivers to your door usually overnight by dry ice. This is unsponsored but I do love ordering a lot of my seafood from them especially sushi grade salmon and salmon roe.
One thing to note about this recipe is, I use coconut aminos as a soy substitute. But if you don't have this, you can definitely use soy sauce. If you do use soy sauce, please omit the salt as soy is salty enough.
Spicy Salmon Poke Bowl
Ingredients for the Salmon:
1/2 cup diced sushi grade salmon
Salt to taste
1 tsp coconut aminos (soy substitute). Omit salt if you use soy sauce.
1 tsp rice vinegar
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp sriracha hot sauce
sprinkle of roasted sesame seeds
sprinkle of green onions
sprinkle of chopped nori (seaweed paper)
Ingredients for the Bowl:
1 cup steamed sushi rice
1/4 cup Purple cabbage, shredded
2 radishes, sliced
1/4 cup sliced cucumbers
1/4 cup carrots, julienned
Garnish and finished with:
Creamy spicy sauce (mix together 2 tbsp greek yogurt and 1 tsp sriracha hot sauce). This is optional but makes the bowl extra creamy.
More chopped nori (optional)
More sesame seeds (optional)
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