Ahi Poke Bowl 9 Freestyle Points 527 Calories

07 Sep 2018

With marinated tuna, brown rice, avocado, cucumber, mango, macadamias and scallions, this Hawaiian style quick Ahi Poke Bowl is perfect for hot summer nights.

I love Poke bowls and often make them when I crave sushi! A few favorite dishes that satisfy my sushi cravings are Shoyu Ahi Poke, California Shrimp Stacks and California Spicy Crab Stuffed Avocados. I’m also really digging this poke bowl with mango and avocado, a guest post by my friend, Heather K Jones, please welcome her!

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While visiting Seattle a few weeks ago my sister Lori (who was just back from a Hawaiian vacation!) made me this delicious Hawaiian style bowl for dinner, and I’ve made it several times since.

 

Marinated sushi-grade tuna is tossed with veggies, nuts, fruit and brown rice—it’s sort of like a deconstructed tuna sushi roll in a bowl. It’s so easy, so tasty and it’s great for those summer nights when you really don’t want to heat up the kitchen. Enjoy!

Total Time: 15 minutes

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 0

With marinated tuna, brown rice, avocado, cucumber, mango, macadamias and scallions, this Hawaiian style quick Ahi Poke Bowl is perfect for hot summer nights.

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Yield: 2 servings, Serving Size: 1 bowl



Source: skinnytaste.com

Published on 07 Sep 2018