This is my go to Poke (pronounced PohKay) bowl. You can also see my other Poke recipe – click here. In my previous recipe I used salmon trout and seared it first, but here, I have such beautiful fresh Norwegian Salmon, so I am going to just “cook” the fish with the citrus.
We have this dish at least once every two weeks, even in winter. It is just a great break from normal cooked food.
Poke (pronounced PohKay) is simply fantastic. It is fresh and healthy and delicious, all in a single bowl! Poke is the Hawaiian take on sushi, usually served with a marinated raw fish and a selection of vegetables. But, there are 100’s of variations, really, so it is one of those dishes that you can really experiment with and create your own signature dish.
RECIPE TIP: When buying the Salmon it has to be as fresh as possible. Rule of thumb is if it does not smell fishy then it is fresh.