Salmon poke bowl

Salmon poke bowl

Our salmon poke bowl is a dish that sits well with those looking for a light but nutrient-rich meal. It’s a healthy dish that really packs a punch on flavours and texture. A great meal that’s good for the hip pocket and the waistline.

Salmon Poke Bowl

Tip:  A great poke bowl should look as good as it tastes. It’s all about the balance of flavours and texture, so make sure to include something creamy, crunchy, fresh, salty and sweet!

Did you know: Poké pronounced similar to ‘POH-KEH’ means ‘to cut or slice’ in Hawaiian. The poke dish has been around for centuries. Native Hawaiian fishermen would slice up small fish or trimmings of tuna or octopus and serve them raw, seasoning it with what they have, typically salt, seaweed, limu, and onions.

Even though the Salmon is a wide favourite among many, this came later on. Classic traditional poke is from Ahi tuna or octopus. Along with Japanese and other Asian influences, soy sauce, sesame oil, noodles, pickled vegetables, sriracha, kimchi, wasabi, etc became additional options to this already tasty dish.

If you like salmon, be sure to check out our salmon recipes page for more inspiration!

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