Craving for poke? Make this simple shoyu ahi poke at home! This is a traditional Hawaiian dish served with raw fish made with fresh ahi steaks, onions, green onions, limu, shoyu, and hawaiian salt. It is perfect to have at the beach, after a nice hike, or at home for lunch and dinner.
SHOYU AHI POKE INGREDIENTS
- 1 lb. fresh (highest quality) ahi poke steak, cut into small cubes
- 1 cup onion, thinly sliced
- 1/4 cup green onion, chopped
- 1/2 cup ogo (limu), chopped
- 3 tbsp Ohana Flavors shoyu poke sauce* https://bit.ly/poke-sauce
- 1 tsp Ohana Flavors hawaiian salt poke mix* https://bit.ly/poke-sauce
*If you do not have Ohana Flavors shoyu poke sauce and hawaiian salt poke mix, substitute using these ingredients:
We got our ingredients from Foodland, fresh ahi from Diamond Head Seafood (Foodland ahi distributor) and seasonings from Halm’s (available in Foodland as well). If you do not have access to Foodland, you can find some items at your local grocery store and on amazon.
HOW TO MAKE SHOYU AHI POKE
In a mixing bowl, add all ingredients together such as ahi cubes, thinly sliced onions, chopped green onions, chopped ogo (limu), shoyu poke sauce*, and hawaiian salt poke mix*. Adjust flavors to your liking.
If you do not have the sauce and mix mentioned, substitute it using these ingredients: hawaiian salt, chili flakes, vegetable oil, sesame oil, and soy sauce.
Serve immediately over rice (poke bowl) or lettuce (poke lettuce wraps). If eating later, refrigerate until ready to serve. Enjoy your homemade shoyu ahi poke!
Optional: add a tablespoon of chopped macadamia nuts for added texture and flavor.
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