Sashimi tuna poke bowl

Just the thing for a healthy and fresh meal full of bright and delicious tuna.
sashimi tuna poke bowl

This recipe is from our cookbook, Simply Seafood.

Traditional Hawaiian poke specifically refers to fresh fish served raw with a variety of condiments. Since the increased popularity of poke, most recipes also include delicious sides like rice, edamame, seaweed, and vegetables and even alternative proteins like cooked chicken or fried tofu.



1.Heat microwave brown rice following packet directions. Combine tamari, lime juice, oil, ginger, sesame oil, garlic and chilli flakes; add to rice. Divide rice mixture between two small bowls.
2.Thinly slice half the radishes into rounds; julienne the remaining half.
3.Top each bowl with half the tuna, radish, seaweed, cucumber and avocado. Sprinkle with sesame seeds to serve.

Serve with tamari sauce mixed with chilli flakes or finely chopped fresh red chilli.

* Use the same weight of sashimi-grade salmon or kingfish instead of tuna, if preferred.


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