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Simple, Cheap, and Delicious Spicy Poke Bowl Recipe

Food & Recipes Blogs Jan 10, 2021 by Tectract

This is a recipe I make ALL the time, because it's cheap, tangy, spicy, sushi, for around $5 for a big poke bowl. Go fancy and get sushi-grade salmon or tuna for an upgrade! Add your own ingredients and play with the recipe until it's all yours!

tags: #sushi #recipes #tasty #spicy #tangy #fruity #umami #tuna #salmon #whitefish #crab

Simple, Cheap, Tasty Poke Bowl


sauce mix:
1 tbsp Sesame Oil
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 large squirt of Kewpie Mayonnaise
1 small squirt of Sriracha (Rooster) Sauce
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
1 tbsp sesame seeds
Japanese spices (optional)
1 tbsp tobiko
1 tsp red chile pepper (optional for extra heat)

Poke bowl Ingredients

1 "snack pack" of imitation crab sticks (3 per person)
1 Avacado
1 Cucumber
1 Mango (optional)
1 small ginger root
1-2 cloves garlic (optional)
2 radishes
bamboo shoots (optional)
water chestnuts (optional)
1 small orange (optionally grate orange peel on top for a citrus kick)

Spicy Mayo Base for sushi, great for any spicy sushi dish including poke bowls, spicy hand or cut rolls with salmon, tuna, or yellowtail

1. Mix sauce ingredients in a LARGE BOWL

Don't use too much Rooster Sauce, too much and it will overwhelm the flavor. I get my Tobiko from GourmetFoodStore.com, mix together gently

Spicy Mayo Base for sushi, great for any spicy sushi dish including poke bowls, spicy hand or cut rolls with salmon, tuna, or yellowtail

2) Shred your imitation crab sticks (or add diced raw sushi-grade salmon, tuna, or yellowtail), add to the sauce and let marinade for 10-15 minutes while you slice the veggies

Using a fork, shred the imitation (or real) crab. Subsitute in diced sushi-grade fish for a fancy dinner! This spicy fish base can be used in sushi rolls, or as a poke bowl protein base. The crab really absorbs the sauce, you can make a little less sauce for diced fish base. Let it marinade for 10-20 minutes.

3) Prepare your fresh fruit / veggie ingredients

Cut a good chunk, less than half of the cucumber. Slice four strips off the sides. Then cut the cucumber into a sheet, as shown. You'll want a sharp knife, it will take a little practise. Be careful. Slice the sheet into sticks...

Slice the sticks into short sticks, slice the center into bite-size chunks too.

Florette your radishes like so.
A good sharp knive really helps here.
And then dice as small as possible.
If you add ginger, prepare it the same way.

Cut the end off your avacado, take out the seed and quarter it.
Peel off the skin, like so.
Cut the avacado into larger bite-size chunks.
Don't cut the avacado too small or it can turn to mush when you mix it together with the other ingredients.

Slice the mango across the grain to release flavor and make it easier to chew. Dice the mango.

4) Mix the all the ingredients together

Here's all the ingredients. I forgot ginger this time, oops! Seafood salad done right! Spicy, sweet, tangy

Serve with the extra mango slices as a flourish / sweet desert.

It's also wonderful to grate a little orange rind on top for citrus kick! 

I'm sure you will enjoy this simple and cheap poke bowl recipe. Try it with bamboo shoots and / or water chestnuts. Experiment and make it your own with your favorite new ingredients too!

Thanks and enjoy~ 



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