Whipping up homemade Hawaiian food is easier than you think – and this Tuna Poke Bowl recipe is proof! Try with Minute® Ready to Serve microwave rice cups.
Packed with fresh tuna, creamy avocado, and crisp green onions, our Tuna Poke Bowl is faster and easier than takeout! Seasoned with soy, sriracha, and soy sauce, our aromatic Jasmine Rice offers an even more flavorful foundation for a satisfying meal.
Heat rice according to package directions.
Combine soy sauce, sesame oil, and Siracha. Fold in tuna.
Place rice in serving dish and top with tuna mixture.
Garnish with avocado and green onions.
Top with sesame seeds. Using edamame beans adds a nice crunch and additional protein.
Poke is a Hawaiian dish containing cubed-cut raw fish. A protein-packed poke will leave you both satisfied and energized. This 5-minute meal tastes like a splurge; however, with a balance of pantry staples and fresh ingredients, it’s truly just a tasty way to treat yourself! In fact, the secret to building an unforgettable bowl is balance:
Protein: Make sure you purchase sushi-grade fish from a reputable dealer. Ideally, you should pick it up right before you prepare your meal. If you can’t get your hands on quality raw fish, you could swap in some cooked shrimp or smoked salmon like in this zesty Smoked Salmon Poke Bowl.
Dressing: When it comes to flavors, don’t be afraid to go bold when using firm fish. Tuna and salmon are common in poke as they pair well with strong dressings. For a dressing similar – but more citrusy – version of this recipe’s dressing, opt for ponzu as it contains yuzu, soy and sesame.
Toppings: As long as you choose ingredients with varied textures, feel free to pack your poke with plenty of tasty toppings! Take this opportunity to use some of those left-over ingredients you may have in the fridge. From carrots to cucumbers, vegetables can easily add some color and crunch to your bowl. For optimal texture, thinly slice — or Julianne — those veggies. For more of that satisfying crunch, sprinkle on some nuts or seeds: roasted peanuts, toasted sesame seeds or – for a bit of heat-dried wasabi peas.