If you’re a fan of sushi or sashimi, then you’ll love this Hawaiian poke recipe. Marinated in delicious flavors and served over a bed of fluffy rice, this will become a new favorite to whip up in your house for lunch or dinner.
Poke, or raw tuna, has been served in Hawaiian households for years. It’s only recently that poke, commonly served as poke bowls, have gained popularity in the contiguous U.S. among millennials and avid foodies alike.
Think of this poke recipe as the Hawaiian version of sashimi. However, unlike the thinly sliced fish traditionally done by the Japanese, poke is served in cubes and generally tossed with soy sauce, ginger, and sea salt.
There are several variations to try, but this poke recipe will give you a basic place to start. Once you’ve prepared the poke, you can create a bed of rice topped with color veggies like avocado, edamame, radishes and fresh scallions.