Ahi Tuna Poke Recipe

Ahi Poke can be made many different ways. My favorite Ahi Poke was prepared by a Hawaiian BBQ restaurant. This recipe is similar to that of the restaurant. I added ginger (chopped small), white onion (sliced), lemon juice, and I used Shoyu sauce instead of regular soy sauce. It was delicious. My family asked for it two weekends in a row.

Ratings: 175
Calories: 396 per serving
Category: Main Dish Tuna

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Instructions Checklist. Step 1. Whisk scallion, soy sauce, chili-garlic sauce, sesame oil, rice vinegar, and red pepper flakes in a bowl until thoroughly combined. Add tuna cubes and toss until well coated. Sprinkle sesame seeds on top.

Servings: 2
Total Time: 15 mins
Category: Tuna Recipes
Calories: 346 per serving

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Directions. Whisk together the white soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, and yuzu juice in a medium bowl. Add the scallions and macadamia nuts, followed by the tuna, …

Servings: 2
Total Time: 15 mins
Category: Tuna Recipes
Calories: 346 per serving

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2. Chef John's Hawaiian-Style Ahi Pole. It's easy to make your own Hawaiian-style poke, but the catch is using the freshest tuna possible, even if that means frozen. Above …

Rating: 5/5(32)
Calories: 231 per serving
Category: Tuna Recipes
1. Whisk soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger, sliced onions, macadamia nuts, seaweed, pepper flakes, and salt together in a bowl.
2. Place cubed tuna into bowl. Pour in marinade and stir to distribute evenly. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours. Mix again.
3. Serve topped with toasted sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice, or seasoned rice vinegar.

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Directions. Combine the soy sauce, sambal, sesame oil, scallion whites, garlic, ginger and onions in a medium bowl. Toss in the tuna and let sit in the …

Rating: 5/5(32)
Calories: 231 per serving
Category: Tuna Recipes
1. Whisk soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger, sliced onions, macadamia nuts, seaweed, pepper flakes, and salt together in a bowl.
2. Place cubed tuna into bowl. Pour in marinade and stir to distribute evenly. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours. Mix again.
3. Serve topped with toasted sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice, or seasoned rice vinegar.

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In a large bowl, whisk together soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, red pepper flakes, green onions, and sesame seeds. Add tuna and toss to coat. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes or up

Rating: 5/5(32)
Calories: 231 per serving
Category: Tuna Recipes
1. Whisk soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger, sliced onions, macadamia nuts, seaweed, pepper flakes, and salt together in a bowl.
2. Place cubed tuna into bowl. Pour in marinade and stir to distribute evenly. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours. Mix again.
3. Serve topped with toasted sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice, or seasoned rice vinegar.

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In a small bowl, whisk together the toasted sesame oil, soy sauce, lime juice, chili paste, ginger and 1/2 of the green onions. Pour the marinade over the cubed tuna, toss well to coat and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. In a small skillet over low heat, toast the sesame seeds 3-5 minutes, stirring occasionally until lightly browned.

Rating: 5/5(32)
Calories: 231 per serving
Category: Tuna Recipes
1. Whisk soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger, sliced onions, macadamia nuts, seaweed, pepper flakes, and salt together in a bowl.
2. Place cubed tuna into bowl. Pour in marinade and stir to distribute evenly. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours. Mix again.
3. Serve topped with toasted sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice, or seasoned rice vinegar.

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Directions. Combine 1 pound diced sushi-grade tuna, 1 cup diced cucumber and 1/4 cup chopped scallions in a bowl. Add 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds, 1 teaspoon each

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Step 1. In a medium bowl, combine the tuna, cucumber, avocado, green onion, red pepper flakes and sesame seeds. Pour in the lemon juice, sesame oil and soy sauce, and stir carefully to blend so as not to mash the avocado. Place this bowl into a larger bowl that has been filled with ice.

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Slice the tuna: Using a sharp knife, cut the tuna into 1-inch cubes. Place in a large bowl. Combine all ingredients: Add the onions, garlic, sesame seeds, macadamia nuts, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt, and red pepper flakes. Gently mix until thoroughly combined. Cover and refrigerate: Cover the poke with plastic wrap and refrigerate for a minimum

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Cut the raw tuna in tiny cubes. Season, to taste, with alaea. Chop the ogo and add to the tuna along with garlic, scallions, and crushed red pepper. …

Author: Robert Irvine
Difficulty: Intermediate

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A classic Hawaiian preparation, poke (pronounced poh-kay) is a salad of cubed raw fish marinated in sesame oil or soy sauce. Though traditionally made from ahi (yellowfin tuna), salmon or tofu are common substitutions, and the dish can be eaten on its own, or over white rice, noodles, or even spiraled vegetables.

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Cut Ahi into at least 1/2" cubes - set aside & refrigerate. Combine all other ingredients in a large glass bowl & refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. When ready to serve toss Ahi and other ingredients together. Serve on chilled platter with chopsticks …

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8 ounces ahi tuna, cut into 1/2-inch cubes. ACTIVE TIME: 5 minutes. TOTAL TIME: 20 minutes. Yield: 2. Procedure. Whisk together the white soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, and yuzu juice in a medium bowl. Add the scallions and macadamia …

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All four recipes below have a few ingredients in common: ahi tuna, green onions, and either yellow, Maui, or any other sweet onion variety. Cut the tuna steaks into 1/2-inch cubes. I find it easier to cut them while still partially frozen. Slice the green onions and yellow onions. Now for the four variations — Shoyu, Ogo Seaweed, Spicy Mayo

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How to make spicy ahi poke?

about 1/2 tbsp sesame oil, to taste. 2 scallions, chopped finely. 1/4 onion, sliced (optional) 2 tbsp mayonnaise or Japanese mayonnaise. 2 tbsp Sriracha sauce (adjust depending on how spicy you like it)*. 2 tsp tobiko or masago, if you feel like splurging. Instructions. If tuna is frozen, thaw by submerging in room temperature water for 30 minutes. When tuna is just short of fully thawed, slice into small cubes, around 1 inch.

How to make spicy ahi?

Instructions

  • Pat the Ahi tuna dry, then neatly cut it into small 1/2-inch cubes. Place in a bowl.
  • Add the shallots, green onion, soy sauce, sesame oil, chili garlic sauce, and sesame seeds.
  • Gently toss. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate.

Are ahi tuna and yellow fin tuna the same thing?

The yellowfin tuna lives in tropical and subtropical waters. The yellowfin tuna gets its name due to the presence of a bright yellow color in its fins and tail. The ahi tuna is frequently associated with the yellowfin tuna due to their similar features. The ahi tuna can live longer than the yellowfin tuna.

Can you get sick from ahi tuna?

This is why it doesn't matter if you eat your tuna raw or incinerated. Symptoms of scombrotoxin poisoning include tingling or burning in or around the mouth or throat, rash or hives on the upper body, drop in blood pressure, headache, dizziness, itching of the skin, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, asthmatic-like constriction of the air passage, heart palpitation, and respiratory distress.

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