The hype around poke bowls hasn’t died down yet, and honestly, we don’t want it to! Poke bowls are healthy, versatile, and adaptable to your own diet and preferences, making it a nutritious and delicious meal. You may have noticed that poke bowls are rather on the expensive side when you order them at the restaurant, and that’s because the ingredients (especially the fish) are fresh and therefore pricier. But, that doesn’t stop you from making them at home! Here are 5 different recipes you can make and adapt yourself!
Add a hint of sweetness to your fully vegetarian poke bowl by chopping up pieces of pineapple and pairing them up with tofu! Fresh and delicious, Hawaii has never tasted better.
What throws people off about tofu is usually its texture, but if you’re looking to incorporate this nutritious food in your diet, try baking it! The crunch masks the usual texture and is super flavorful served with rice and veggies!
Try replacing tuna and salmon with ocean trout: it pairs deliciously with marinated veggies! This fish is very flavorful, so you don’t need too much of it!
Add a twist to your bowl by trying out this Togarashi sauce (the recipe for it is linked!) with salmon. It’s simple to make and suits people who like creamier dressings as opposed to spicier or sour ones!
Recreate the classic ahi tuna poke bowl at home by following this recipe. Follow the simple marinade if you don’t want to let the dressing take over the flavors of the ahi tuna!