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12 Amazing Poke Recipes That Deserve An Award

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Jacqueline PaumierGuest Blogger
September 11, 2016 · 2k Views
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While the rest of the world is hooked on chasing Pokémon, the only poke we care about are these fantastic poke bowls. If you’ve already had a poke bowl, then we don’t need to sell you on them, but if you haven’t had one, then you’re going to love these poke dishes. The combination of fresh sushi grade fish, rice, and vegetables make this dish a refreshing meal that’s perfect anytime. We’ve gathered up twelve of our favorite poke bowl recipes so that you can make this incredible meal in your home:

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Best Poke Salad Recipes to Try at Home 

 

1. Ahi Poke and Quinoa Salad

“Kevin is Cooking” by Kevin
Make a healthy dish even healthier with this rendition of a classic ahi poke salad. Not only is this salad protein packed, but the ahi also provides major Omega-3s.

 

2. Ahi Poke Avocado Boats

“The Movement Menu” by Monica
If you’re looking for a creative way to serve up your ahi poke, try spooning them into creamy avocado boats. These boats are healthy, colorful and taste amazing!

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3. Fresh Ahi Poke Stacks with Papaya Avocado and Sriracha Whipped Cream Drizzle

“Kevin is Cooking” by Kevin
Ahi Poke gets a tropical makeover with this exotic recipe that includes papaya and avocado. Add some Sriracha whipped cream? We say hell yes!

 

4. Ginger Tempeh Poke Bowl with Grilled Pineapple

“Choosing Chia” by Jess H
You’re going to love the bold ginger taste of this zesty vegan poke bowl. The addition of grilled pineapple also brings a smoky Hawaiian flavor that ties the whole recipe together.

 

5. Dynamite Poke

“Cooking Hawaiian Style” by Poke Man
If you are a spicy tuna roll fan, then this is the perfect poke bowl for you. Fresh tuna is tossed with creamy sriracha sauce for that addicting heat factor.

 

 

6. Ahi Tuna Poke Bowls with Avocado and Cucumber Noodles

“BLOGLOVIN” by Alessandra Maffucci
Craving veggies but over salads? Break out the spiralizer and turn your poke bowl into a noodle bowl. These crisp and crunchy cucumber noodles are the perfect match for fresh ahi tuna.

 

7. Hawaiian Vegan Poke Bowl

About Food by Jolinda Hacket or Season with Spice by Mark and Reese
Another perfectly satisfying vegan poke bowl! Tofu may be used in place of Ahi in this recipe, but it still maintains it authentic Hawaiian flavor.

 

8. California Roll Poke

“Use Real Butter” by Jennifer Yu
We are hooked on this California roll inspired poke that uses sushi grade tuna and fresh crab meat. This recipe is so good it may replace your favorite sushi roll.

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9. Crispy Furikake Poke

“Honestly Yum” by Erica
Sometimes all your poke needs is a bit of crunch. In this recipe, crispy furikake (crunchy Japanese seaweed) is added to give your poke some extra texture.

 

10. Ahi Poke Bowls with Pineapple and Avocado

“How Sweet It Is” by Jessica Merchant
Sweet, fresh Pineapple, and creamy avocado are the perfect complement to your favorite poke bowl. Serve this up on a hot summer day for an incredible flavor that will leave you saying “Aloha!”.

 

11. Salmon Poke with Creamy Togarashi Sauce

“Cooking with Cocktail Rings” by Kylie Mazon
If you have never tasted creamy togarashi sauce, now is the time! Togarashi sauce is the perfect blend of spicy, creamy, and sweet and when it’s added to omega-3 packed salmon it’s a match made in heaven!

 

12. Tuna Poke with Tobiko

Bon Appetit by Chris Morocco
We love Bon Appetit’s secret ingredient in their poke, Tobiko! Tobiko is Japanese fish eggs, and frankly, you either love them or you hate them. If you fall into the “love” category, then you are sure to appreciate this recipe!


 

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Jacqueline is a modern day gypsy, who has lived in several countries and has traveled to over 20. A sucker for all things pleasing to the senses; her world revolves around food (any and all food), foreign indie films, and salsa music. The first to jump off a waterfall and the last to say no to sushi, she has been described as a bit of an “extremist”. In her perfect world, no one ever spells “cool” as “kool” and Ryan Gosling has more tattoos. She enjoys spending her free time in her New Orleans home with her Cubano guitarist husband and 1-year-old son.

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