Hawaiian-Style Ahi Poke

Poké (pronounced poh-KAY) is a traditional Hawaiian dish consisting of cubed raw ahi (tuna) marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil and spices. When you visit Hawai‘i Island, you’ll find a variety of poké at the grocery store–and in fine dining restaurants such as Brown’s Beach House. It’s also easy to make at home! The key is to buy fresh fish and let the ingredients speak for themselves.

Ingredients:

  • 115 g ahi (raw tuna, diced)
  • ¼ Big Island avocado (diced)
  • 15 g Maui onions (diced)
  • 15 g poké sauce
  • 30 g cucumber (sliced)
  • 3.5 g ogo (seaweed)
  • 3 g scallion
  • 3 g Bubu Arare (rice cracker pearls)
  • 1 Kekela Farms radish
  • Black lava sea salt

Poké Sauce Ingredients:

  • 50 g Aloha Shoyu (soy sauce)
  • 15 g sesame oil
  • 30 g ginger (grated)
  • red pepper flakes

Directions for sauce:

  • In a medium bowl, mix soya sauce, sesame oil, ginger and a pinch of red pepper flakes.

Directions for Poké:

  • Toss ahi, avocado, onions and poké sauce together.
  • Place cucumber on plate, top with ahi mixture.
  • Garnish with ogo, scallion, bubu arare, radish and sea salt.

Note – use locally-sourced equivalents of Hawaiian ingredients.

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