Aloha, flavor adventurers! Get ready to ride a wave of taste with our tantalizing Poke recipe. Pronounced PO-key or po-KAY, this traditional Hawaiian dish is as refreshing as a dip in the Pacific Ocean. It's all about the raw, diced fish, simply dressed to let the seafood sing its siren song.
This is a culinary treasure curated by the master himself, Chef Dona from Nick & G's Restaurant in Rancho Santa Fe, California. Raised on the coast, Chef Dona knows a thing or two about seafood. He merges his coastal upbringing with refined culinary techniques to create dishes that are as seasonal as the tides.
For four decades, he's been navigating the uncharted waters of innovation and tradition. So, strap on your virtual snorkel and let's dive into this delicious journey. Trust us, your taste buds will thank you for this tasty Hawaiian favorite. Surf's up, foodies!
Of course we can't forget that it's keto-friendly!
15 mins Preparation
5 mins Cooking
Got leftovers? No problem! Tuck your poke into an airtight container and slip it into the fridge. It'll keep playing the flavor game for 1-2 days. Just remember, with poke, the fresher, the better.
Now, let's talk customization. Not a fan of yellowfin tuna? No worries! You can swap out the star of the show for sushi-grade salmon. Want to go beyond the sea? Try a poke-inspired bowl with cooked chicken or tofu. The world is your oyster...or your poke bowl!
And for the sauce? Enter Hungry Squirrel Teriyaki Sauce - the unsung hero of our tale. With no added sugar and being low-calorie, this sauce is the perfect plus-one for any diet. Whether you're dairy-free, avoiding trans-fats, watching cholesterol, or have other dietary restrictions, this sauce has got your back. It's like the Swiss Army knife of condiments - ready to accommodate any culinary adventure you embark on!
Cube the tuna
Dice the mango, avocado, shallot, green onion, cucumber and micro cilantro
Julienne the radishes
Cook the black rice and allow to cool
Combine the rice, the tuna and the cubed and julienned ingredients into a bowl
Add Hungry Squirrel Teriyaki sauce and a dash of soy sauce and sesame oil into the bowl of ingredients
Begin adding the new mixture into a ramekin to get the shape and push it down with a spoon before removing it and plating it
Garnish the meal with some sliced avocado and mango. Then sprinkle on some micro cilantro and toasted sesame seeds.
Enjoy this delicious meal!