Poké is one of my favorite things, but being in landlocked Idaho means I don’t have a lot of places to find it. So I make it! And maybe it tastes better because of that.
Poké has historically been made with tuna, but now people are using all kinds of fish for it. My personal favorite is a mix of tuna and salmon – I think the color is out of this world, and the textures and flavors go well together.
So if you’re a fan of poké, give this one a try! It’s easy to throw together, is gluten, grain and dairy free, and a real winner.
This poke was fantastic! I never knew I could make it at home. Thank you for the recipe.
There is no okina over the “e” in poke.
I’m dying to make this, looks so good
Where do you get your fish from here locally? That is always my struggle when I want to make sushi or poke.
If it doesn’t come frozen, you might want to consider freezing for a few days to destroy parasites.
I didn’t watch the video so maybe he mentions it there.
Awesome! Cant wait to try
Can you link the bowl/plate you are using for the poke bowl. Thanks
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