Salmon Poké (rhymes with “oh-kay”) is a Hawaiian dish consisting of raw sushi-grade Salmon in a soy sauce- sesame oil mix. Traditionally, Ahi Tuna is the star of the dish but since I am a Salmon-lover I substituted and created a unique dish of my own preferred ingredients.
Literally, every food item that is a “favorite” is thrown in here.
This dish is usually eaten at the beach, after a gnarly surf sesh, or while vacationing in Hawaii. I am currently doing none of these things, so I will pretend… and you can too!
This is such a simple recipe, y’all. Literally just chop and mix. Done. Eat. Yum.
All photos taken by Melllypoo via iPhone 6, patiently waiting for a nice REAL camera so you guys can have higher quality photos…
- 1 lb sushi-grade wild-caught Salmon
- 1 avocado
- 1 ripe mango
- 1/2 red onion
- 3 green onion stalks
- 1 small package of flying fish roe
- 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
- 1 largest packet of seaweed salad you can find
- 1 package of Uni (sea urchin) if you're lucky
- Cut salmon, avocado, mango into cubed bite-size pieces.
- Dice red onion.
- Thinly slice green onion, including the white part.
- Mix these ingredients together with 3 tsp flying fish roe and 1 pinch of seaweed salad, gently into a glass pyrex container with lid. Close and refrigerate for two hours.
- Plate dish using a mound of seaweed salad, stacking the salmon poké on top. Garnish with one piece of uni & flying fish roe. Alternatively use hard tacos and fill!
- More "carb-ful" substitutions include using white rice or brown rice as a base, or using crackers, chips, large lettuce cup... or just eat it straight from the container!