Copy Marita Karlson’s Clean and Simple Poké Bowl Recipe
Marita Karlson—one of our favorite foodies—writes about all kinds of clean, green and healthy (super-) foods. Since her new cookbook Mammaboost comes out on August 21st, we asked her to give us a sneak peek. Enjoy her tasty poké recipe!
Poké bowl, Mammaboost (translated):
“A poké bowl is easy to make at home, and here’s the recipe for a rather traditional one. You can change the rice for green leafs or noodles if you like, skip the tuna and go for salmon or some other fish. Or, why not make a vegetarian version with soybeans and tofu? Let your imagination and taste buds decide the ingredients of your favorite poké. Mahalo!
1 dl brown rice
150 g fresh tuna (sushi tuna)
1 dl prepared seaweed salad (wakame)
1/2 dl shopped macadamia nuts
1 lime cut into wedges
2 tbsp shoyu soy sauce
1 tsp roasted sesame oil
1 tsp roasted sesame seeds
1/2 shopped scallion
1 shredded nori sheet
Boil the brown rice. Mix the shoyu sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds and scallion for the marinade.
Slice the tuna into cubes and add it to the marinade for a little while.
Place the boiled rice in a nice bowl and drizzle some marinade over it. Build your poké with tuna, seaweed, avocado, macadamia nuts, lime wedges and some more sesame seeds.
Top it off with some shreds of nori and dig in!”
Photo by Martin Löf.
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