POKE – Serves 2
300GR BONELESS OILY FISH
(Tuna, salmon, kingfish, mackerel)
½ TSP SEA SALT
1/2 RED ONION, FINELY DICED
1 STALK GREEN ONION, FINELY SLICED
1 TBSP SOY SAUCE
½ TSP SESAME OIL
1 TBSP FURIKAKE SEASONING, optional *
1. Remove skin from fillets, and dice fish into 1cm cubes.
2. Sprinkle with salt and stir well.
3. Stir through onions and seasonings.
4. Serve chilled.
In Hawaii, Poke is eaten as a meal, snack or nibbles with drinks.
To serve as a snack or nibble just offer with toothpicks.
To make Poke into a bowl meal, serve over warm brown rice and finely sliced raw cabbage and radish. Sprinkle with extra Furikake seasoning or toasted sesame seeds to serve.
*Furikake is a Japanese seasoning mix made with toasted sesame seeds, nori seaweed strips and dried bonito flakes. It’s a really tasty seasoning for many Japanese dishes and is available from Asian food stores.