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How To Make A Healthy Hawaiian-Style Poke Bowl

We are launching a series of hearty summer salad recipes, like this healthy Hawaiian-Style Poke Bowl, to inspire you to get more greens into your diet, while also providing nutrient-rich, balanced meals that are easy to make and perfect for the warmer weather. 

This healthy Hawaiian-Style Poke Bowl can be adapted to suit your needs and what’s available locally. We recommend using yellowtail or tuna, but of course salmon will work perfectly too, just make sure that your fish is as high-quality as possible. The fresher the better. This recipe serves two.

What You Need

300g tuna

Small red chilli, finely chopped

4 spring onions, finely sliced

1 avo, chopped into cubes

½ cup shredded carrots (or grated)

½ cup cucumber slices

1 cup cooked basmati rice

2 nori sheets, torn

Half a handful alfalfa sprouts

30g toasted almonds, chopped

Zest of one lime

1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds

For the dressing:

1 tbsp sesame-seed oil

2 tbsp tamari

Juice of one lime

Tiny drizzle honey

Method:

1/ Slice the tuna into one-centimetre cubes and place in a bowl.

2/ Add the red chilli, spring onions and avo.

3/ Mix the dressing to taste and pour over the fish mixture.

4/ Divide the rice among two bowls. Divide the carrots and cucumber slices and portion to the sides of each bowl. Place the fish mixture on top of the rice. Garnish with nori, sprouts, almonds, lime zest and sesame seeds. Serve with an extra lime wedge.

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