Omega 3 Poke Bowls Recipe

Omega 3 Poke Bowls (pronounced PO KAY) are a healthy staple food of the Hawaiian people. This easy to make dish is similar to sushi. The difference is you remove the wrapping and place the contents in a bowl to make Poke. Poke is everywhere in Hawaii, sold by the pound in markets on the tropical island. And now anyone can partake in this healthy meal thanks to this simple recipe!

Omega 3 Poke Bowls Recipe and Content by Leah Brickley

Cooks usually use Tuna and other Sashimi fish in making these bowls, but this recipe uses Salmon for its Omega 3 fatty acids that promote a healthier heart. They’re also low in calories and high in protein, making them a popular exotic food. You can even modify your bowl to make it gluten-free by using Tamari in place of soy sauce, though never put more than 3 tablespoons as Tamari has a more intense flavor than soy sauce.

Also, make sure of the quality of the fish you’ll buy since it will be eaten raw. Fish labeled as “Sashimi” in Japanese supermarkets are safe to eat raw, but if you’re buying fish somewhere else then ask your vendor about the quality of their fish.

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Omega 3 Poke Bowls
Omega 3 Poke Bowls
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Hawaiian staple food comprised of chopped marinated raw fish served with rice and vegetables in a bowl.
Servings Prep Time
4 servings 20 minutes
Passive Time
2 hours
Servings Prep Time
4 servings 20 minutes
Passive Time
2 hours
Omega 3 Poke Bowls
Omega 3 Poke Bowls
Print Recipe
Hawaiian staple food comprised of chopped marinated raw fish served with rice and vegetables in a bowl.
Servings Prep Time
4 servings 20 minutes
Passive Time
2 hours
Servings Prep Time
4 servings 20 minutes
Passive Time
2 hours
Ingredients
Servings: servings
Instructions
  1. In a mid sized bowl, place salmon with soy sauce, sambal olek, sesame oil, ginger and salt. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  2. Divide rice into 4 bowls and top each with a quarter of the salmon and avocado. Add a dash of scallions and sesame seeds and serve.
Recipe Notes

Nutritional Facts Per Serving:

  • Calories (260 Calories)
  • Total Fat (11 grams)
  • Saturated Fat (1.5 grams)
  • Cholesterol (30 milligrams)
  • Sodium (140 milligrams)
  • Carbohydrates (26 grams)
  • Dietary Fiber (4 grams)
  • Protein (15 grams)
  • Sugar (1 gram)

Some other toppings you can add to your Poke Bowl:

  • Sliced cucumber
  • Sliced radish
  • Red pepper flakes
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