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Spicy salmon Poke bowl with ginger and sriracha mayo

August 27, 2016

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If you are into raw fish, this is a dish you will love; The Hawaiian poke bowl!

The most common poke bowl is the “ahi bowl” with yellow fin tuna, but you can basically use any fish or seafood you like, and for mine I used salmon.

This is such a quick, tasty and healthy dish. You just cut the salmon into small dices and put it in a marinade of sesame oil, soya sauce and sriracha chili sauce. Leave it in the fridge for an hour or so.

In the meantime you boil brown rice.

On a mandolin, slice whatever vegetables you like. I used cucumber, radishes and then sliced some avocado and spring onions as well as edamame beans.

Assemble a mayonnaise with fresh grated ginger and sriracha sauce and leave in the fridge.

When rice is done, leave it to cool down a bit then you assemble your bowl starting with the rice, then vegetables and finally the fish. Drizzle some sesame seeds, fresh red chili and the ginger and sriracha mayo on top.

Bon Appétit!


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