Tuna poke dish is light and healthy food. I serve mine with rice. You could eat this as a side or a center, or even better as lunch for one or two. Either way, it is definitely a favorite! Please comment below if you make it.
An old fashioned tuna poke bowl is a staple in my house for Friday lunches and dinners. A bit of a departure from the tuna salads that I normally do. Tuna, for once, comes into the picture. And a good friend of mine sent me this picture of her tuna poke bowl with the photo taken at a restaurant near her home. This is where I had ordered my version.
Ingredients for Tuna Poke Bowl
The amount of ingredients listed for a normal fish poke is what I would use for this one. However, the tuna poke bowl is a bit leaner than normal. For one thing, I use marinated tuna chunks, and it also has less rice than the main poke bowl. In my normal tuna poke bowl I always have a bunch of sushi style rice. Chop green onions and tuna. Combine in a bowl with soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds and red pepper flakes.