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Thank you for the recipe, it looks delicious and easy to do it. I am about to prepare.
I used 1/2 lb of ahi tuna for two people and a toddler, and it was plenty. Yum! I have never bought sashimi-grade fish before because too expensive, but it is totally worth it to buy a small amount and have a special meal like this now and then–definitely cheaper than eating out.
Discovered this on Pinterest, but substituted the leftover shrimp we had and the hot rice cooked in broth was just great with a tossed salad. Can see this as a quick meal in our future. Thanks for posting.
That looks very tasty; but since I’m living a low carb lifestyle, even though it wouldn’t be authentic, wouldn’t steamed cauliflower rice be a great substitution, and be just as tasty?
Hi, Brant! Sure, you could sub in some cauliflower rice! It won’t be quite the same as a traditional poke bowl, of course, but I think it would still be pretty darn tasty. Give it a try and let us know how you like it!
This looks so delicious! What do you think the results would be if I subbed quinoa for the rice?
Hi, Amy! It’s not traditional, certainly, but I think quinoa would be fantastic!
I live in Hawai’i where poke is extremely popular. Unfortunately, salmon isn’t a great choice for poke right now, because tapeworms have been infesting wild salmon.
Freeze it first.