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Poké Bowl 🇺🇸

Poké Bowl 🇺🇸
By CookUp • Issue #6 • View online
This week we’ll dive into Poké (Hawaiian for “to slice”). While the dish has been around for centuries, the present form of poké became popular around the 1970s in the Hawaiian islands and it conquered the world starting in the 2010s.
Poké is basically cubed raw fish, seasoned any way you want it. Eaten either on its own or over a bowl of sushi rice (hence the Poké Bowl). Think of it as deconstructed sushi. Let’s get to it and cook up some delicious Poké Bowl of your own.
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Photo by Jesse Ballantyne
Photo by Jesse Ballantyne
Poké is pronounced (poh-KAY) and rhymes with okay.
The original
Ahi (Tuna) Poke Basic Recipe
Salmon Poke Bowl
15-minute Salmon Poke Bowl
Something different
Surimi Sushi Bowl
Japanese Crispy Chicken Bowl
A veggie option
Vegan Poke Bowl
Next week
Next week we’ll be heading for Vietnam and dive into the Bánh mì. Stay tuned and happy cooking!
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