Tuna Poke Bowl

Poke (pronounced “PAH-KAY “) is a traditional Hawaiian dish made with raw fish and served with steamed hot rice. Poke means “cut or slice”, a cube of fresh fish, sushi grade in cubes, marinate them in a simple tasty sauce and serve in a bowl with rice and a lot of dressings.

In this case as I have prepared as an appetizer I served with red endive. It is ideal with any other type of bud…

The dressing is divine and the tuna you know that must be fresh!


Tuna Poke bowl
Serves 4
Prep Time
15 min
Prep Time
15 min
To prepare the dressing
  1. 2spring onions
  2. 30 ml roasted sesame oil
  3. 60 ml soy sauce
  4. 10 g grated fresh ginger
  5. pinch chilli flakes
  6. 2 tsp sesame seeds
  7. 1tsp . Roasted sesame seeds
To finish
  1. 370 g very cool fresh tuna
  2. 2 medium-sized avocados
  3. Gem Lettuce , red endive...
  4. Lima wedges
  1. The first thing you should do is the dressing by placing the sesame oil in a large bowl.
  2. Add almost all the garlic cut into very thin slices and reserve some for the time of serving.
  3. Add soy sauce, grated ginger, chillie flakes and toasted and untoasted sesame.
  4. Mix very well and book in the fridge while we cut the tuna.
  5. Cut the tuna into dice as much as possible and small.
  6. Do the same with the avocado that must be ripe but firm.
  7. Mix with the dressing that will be cold.
  8. Reserve in the fridge until the time to serve.
  9. Ideally you don't have it in the fridge for more than 10 minutes. It's best to serve it 5 minutes after you've finished it.
  10. Accompany it with what you like, with the red endive is wonderful!!!
Catering Iria Castro

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