Tuna Poke Bowl
Poké is a light snack “fast food” that has been popular from Hawaii to the Western United States (represented by Los Angeles) in recent years. The prototype was originally a snack for fishermen on the island of Hawaii. The preliminary Poké cut cubes of raw seafood represented by tuna and salmon, topped with seaweed and extra sauce, roughly in the form of directly making a salad and then covering it on rice. Nowadays, a variety of distributions including nuts, avocados, etc. have been derived. Its popularity is probably due to its fire-free cooking and interesting raw food, which is in line with the currently highly respected concept of healthy light food.
30 grams of soy sauce
5 grams rice wine vinegar
15 grams sesame oil
5 grams of cooked sesame seeds, plus some for decoration
2.5 g red pepper flakes
450 g tuna, cut into 2 cm cubes
2-3 small dried onions, thinly sliced
Seaweed salad , optional
Pickled ginger , optional
- Combine the soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil, sesame seeds and red pepper flakes in a medium bowl and stir. Add the diced tuna and green onions, and stir gently. Marinate for 5 minutes.
- At the same time, pit the avocado and cut into pieces ( the size of the avocado pieces should be about the size of tuna ) . Add the tuna, mix gently, and evenly distribute the avocado.
- When eating, scoop the rice into a bowl, top with tuna poke, kelp salad and a few slices of pickled ginger.