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Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl


Raw fish isn't something most people tend to find appealing, until it's either a poke bowl or sushi. Weird right? If you're a poke bowl fan like I am, this homemade Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl is going to be something you remake forever. Not only is it delicious, but it's easy and cheap to make. It's filled with all the protein, fats, and carbs you need in one meal making it a macro and micro nutrient dense meal as well! I personalized this poke bowl with ahi tuna, edamame, snow peas, cucumber, avocado, rice, and homemade spicy mayo sauce. Everything I paired with the ahi tuna goes so well together, so it's time you try it out and tell me how you like all the pairings yourself!


Yields: 1

Prep time: 10 minutes

Total time: 15 minutes


This recipe is dairy free, gluten free, and pescatarian.

 

Ingredients:

1. Sesame Crusted Hardwood Smoked Ahi Tuna from Trader Joe's

2. Snow peas

3. Annie Chun's Cooked White Sticky Rice (pre-made)

4. ½ cup edamame

5. ½ cucumber

6. ½ Avocado

7. Sesame seeds

8. 1 cup of mayo

9. 3 TBSPs sriracha

 

Instructions:

1. First, grab a serving bowl.

2. Follow the directions on the Annie Chun's Cooked White Sticky Rice packet to cook the rice properly. Add ½ - 1 cup into the bowl.

3. In a glass Tupperware, add your desired amount of snow peas and ½ cup of edamame. Add 3 TBSPs of water on top and cover the Tupperware with saran wrap and microwave for 3 minutes max or until they are both well cooked.

4.Add them to the bowl.

5. Now, finely chop ½ cucumber into thin rounds and add to the bowl.

6. Grab the ahi tuna and slice them into thinner pieces to eat easier. Add them to the bowl.

7. Now, in a small bowl we are going to make the spicy mayo. Add 1 cup of mayo and 3 TBSPs of sriracha. Mix well. Leave on the side.

8. Add several pieces of sliced avocado on top of the bowl.

9. Pour on your desired amount of spicy mayo.

10. Sprinkle on sesame seeds.

11. Enjoy!

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