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Our Summer Ahi Poke Bowl

Summer Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl - with lime

Summer is approaching and which is why we would like to offer you a delicious and refreshing version of the Ahi Poke Bowl today.

Your mouth starts to drool just by listing these ingredients:

Yields1 ServingTotal Time20 mins

 100 g Ahi (yellowfin tuna), sushi quality
 1 Organic lime
 ¼ Onion
 Soy sauce, light
 1 Ginger, about 1cm in size
 ½ Garlic clove
 2 Radish
 45 Spinach leaves
 Sesame seeds

Have you got everything? Then you can already start with the Poke Bowl:

1

Cut the tuna into cubes of about 1 cm.

2

Peel and chop the ginger. This is easily done with a ginger grater, which sorts out the annoying "threads". After that, peel the garlic, chop it up and crush it with the back of a knife until it has reached a paste-like consistency. Now cut the onion into very fine slices.

3

Mix about 4 tablespoons of soy sauce in a bowl, add the ginger and the garlic paste. Add about 2EL of the lime juice and some grated lime skin if you like.

4

Now you can place the raw tuna into the sauce to marinate it. If you have already nibbled from the fresh tuna during the preparation, you must repeat step 1 first 😉

5

Let's move on! Wash the radishes, quarter them, cut them into wedges and add them together with the onions to the tuna. Mix everything and cook for at least 2 minutes. 15 minutes Leave to infuse in the refrigerator.

6

And now it comes to the grand finale! A few spinach leaves for decoration (and of course also for the taste ;)) add to the bowl and top the whole thing with some grated lime zest and 1-2TL sesame seeds.

I tell you, it is an incredible taste experience! And the Ahi Poke Bowl brings Hawaii a bit closer to Germany 🙂

One last tip: Buy only sushi-grade ahi. (Ahi = yellowfin tuna, or yellowfin as it is named outside Hawaii ;)) And one more tip: Pay attention not only to quality but also to sustainable fishing methods. By the way, we buy our Ahi at "send a fish". The quality convinces us every time.

Enjoy your freshly cooked Ahi Poke Bowl!

Ingredients

 100 g Ahi (yellowfin tuna), sushi quality
 1 Organic lime
 ¼ Onion
 Soy sauce, light
 1 Ginger, about 1cm in size
 ½ Garlic clove
 2 Radish
 45 Spinach leaves
 Sesame seeds

Directions

1

Cut the tuna into cubes of about 1 cm.

2

Peel and chop the ginger. This is easily done with a ginger grater, which sorts out the annoying "threads". After that, peel the garlic, chop it up and crush it with the back of a knife until it has reached a paste-like consistency. Now cut the onion into very fine slices.

3

Mix about 4 tablespoons of soy sauce in a bowl, add the ginger and the garlic paste. Add about 2EL of the lime juice and some grated lime skin if you like.

4

Now you can place the raw tuna into the sauce to marinate it. If you have already nibbled from the fresh tuna during the preparation, you must repeat step 1 first 😉

5

Let's move on! Wash the radishes, quarter them, cut them into wedges and add them together with the onions to the tuna. Mix everything and cook for at least 2 minutes. 15 minutes Leave to infuse in the refrigerator.

6

And now it comes to the grand finale! A few spinach leaves for decoration (and of course also for the taste ;)) add to the bowl and top the whole thing with some grated lime zest and 1-2TL sesame seeds.

Summer Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl - Our Original Recipe

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