Poke Bowl at Home!

Berta Lily
by Berta Lily
1 Poke bowl
25 min

I'm a big fan of pokeybowls, they are delicious and make for a light dinner especially for the summer. But I also don't always wanna go out and they're so easy to make at home. You could also add different ingredients that you'd like to customize it.

I always start with rice as the base. The coconut microwavable rice is so good and makes for an easy dish you don't have to worry about a rice cooker or any of that mumbo jumbo.

Then I get the broccoli slaw from from trader Joe's as well as seaweed salad from Costco.

Then I add some more veggies: cucumbers, avocado, baby corn, onion, really anything that tickles your fancy. Peppers are always a great addition as well or even some edamame for more Asian flare.

Then I make my own spicy myo in the broccoli slaw by adding a spoon of Mayo and Sriracha, so easy to make yourself.

OK now for some protein. The one thing that I won't do by myself at home is raw fish, I love raw at a sushi place but home I opt for some shrimp. I just throw some frozen shrimp in a pan with some sweet chili sauce for a few minutes.

I also like adding roasted salmon or even lox or imitation crab.

I've also added some mango which made the dish really good as well.

I'm a fan of pickled ginger but I haven't found it quite readily so I found this ginger juice instead that I sprinkle on for a little bit of a kick. You could also add some soy sauce. Maybe sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top.


Recipe details
  • 1  Poke bowl
  • Prep time: 20 Minutes Cook time: 5 Minutes Total time: 25 min
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  • 1/2 cup of rice
  • 1/2 cup seaweed salad
  • 1/2 cup broccoli slaw mix with a spoon of mayo and Sriracha to make spicy mayo
  • Veggies of your choice: avacado, cucumber, edamame, red onion are my go to
  • Protein: shrimp, salmon, imitation crab
  • Sauces: asian chili, soy sauce, ginger

  • Cook the rice and protein depending on what you're using and put all the agredients in a bowl
  • ENJOY!

Cook the rice and protein depending on what you're using and put all the agredients in a bowl