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Pineapple Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl

Updated: Dec 21, 2020

Calling all my poke lovers!! The most beautiful poke bowl you will feast your eyes upon. The fresh pineapple really takes this poke bowl home.

Seafood is my favorite food and I could literally eat it every day. My go to would be salmon and tuna! I was at the asian market and I heard my name being sung from across the room. I followed the voices and found this lovely beautiful fatty piece of tuna glistening at me. I instantly knew that it was the one. We went home and had the perfect night together.

Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish that consists of sliced raw fish. Poke bowls consist of raw fish, as well as whatever additions you want to add to your bowl. Think of it like sushi chipotle bowl style!



1 whole pineapple

1/4 lb ahi tuna

Seaweed salad

1/4 cup edamame

.5 cup white rice

Fresh ginger, wasabi

Imitation crab

Sriracha to drizzle

1 sliced jalapeno

Sesame seeds to top

Shichimi to top

Sauce for tuna:

1 tbsp soy sauce

.5 tsp sesame oil

1 tsp brown sugar Black pepper


  1. Cut tuna into small cubes. In a small bowl, combine tuna, and mix all sauce ingredients. If you like it spicy, add some sriracha into the mix if you're feeling wild.

  2. Put into the fridge and let the flavors serenade the tuna.

  3. Cut your pineapple in half. Be careful!! Pineapple is prickly! Cut out the inside of the pineapple in a square, to where there's about a half inch left on each side (as pictured). It can be tricky to cut it out, so use your hands/spoon to pull out if you're having problems. Save the pineapple! Cut into cubes.

  4. Mix your rice with the cubed pineapple.

  5. Now you're just laying out your bowl. I added edamame near the back, then jalapeños, crab, ginger and seaweed salad. Take out the tuna from the fridge last and add that! Top tuna with schichimi and sesame seeds. Drizzle everything with sriracha!

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