Poke Bowl

Hawaiian Poke Bowl Bar

The Hawaiian word poke (Poh-keh) means 'to slice'. Poke started off as a quick snack of fresh fish fillet bites mixed with salt, seaweed, and crushed nuts. The influence of immigrants developed a wide variety of poke bowls. Japanese style bowls became the most popular across the world, in addition to many non-fish versions. Which is your favorite at the Poke Bowl Bar?
Cuisine American
Servings 3


Select Your Protein - 1 lb

  • tuna or salmon raw sushi-grade
  • shrimp or scallops cooked
  • chicken breast or sirloin beef
  • fried tofu

Select Your Base - 1 cup/ serving

  • cooked rice or shredded lettuce leaves

Select Your Veggies & Fruits - 1 cup/ serving

  • Avocado, edamame, cucumber, red cabbage, pineapple, mango, berries, kale, carrots, corn kernels, sugar or snap peas

Select Your Toppings

  • Cucumbers, radish, green or crispy onions, coconut flakes, cashews, seaweed salad, crab meat, jalapeƱos, pickled ginger

Poke Sauce

  • 4 tbsp soy sauce or tamari
  • 1 tsp lime or lemon juice
  • 1 tsp oil
  • 1 tsp ginger grated
  • 1 green onion finely chopped

Culinary Spice Kit (choose one)

  • Furikake Toasted sesame seeds (white & black), roasted seaweed
  • Gomashio Toasted sesame seeds (white & black), sel gris sea salt



  • Cut large proteins, veggies, and fruits into bite-size pieces and chop big toppings.

1. Marinate

  • In a CONTAINER, mix poke sauce ingredients with 1-2 tsp Poke or Gomashio spices to taste.
  • Add the protein to the poke sauce.
  • Mix well, cover, and let marinate in the fridge for 1-2 hours.

2. Fry

  • If using chicken or beef, fry it in a PAN.

3. Serve

  • Place a base in your BOWL. Add the protein and your choice of veggies and fruits.
  • Garnish with toppings.
  • Optionally, sprinkle with a chili sauce.
  • Dig in and enjoy!